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Analytic Trigonometry with Applications, 10th EditionNovember 2008, ©2009

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Table of Contents
1.1 Angles, Degrees, and Arcs.
1.2 Similar Triangles.
1.3 Trigonometric Ratios and Right Triangles.
1.4 Right Triangle Applications.
Chapter 1 Group Activity: A Logistics Problem.
Chapter 1 Review.
2. Trigonometric Functions.
2.1 Degrees and Radians.
2.2 Linear and Angular Velocity.
2.3 Trigonometric Functions: Unit Circle Approach.
2.4 Additional Applications.
2.5 Exact Values and Properties of Trigonometric Functions.
Chapter 2 Group Activity: Speed of Light in Water.
Chapter 2 Review.
3. Graphing Trigonometric Functions.
3.1 Basic Graphs.
3.2 Graphing y=k+A sin Bx and y=K+A cos(Bx+C).
3.4 Additional Applications.
3.5 Graphing Combined Forms.
3.6 Tangent, Cotangent, Secant, and Cosecant Functions Revisited.
Chapter 3 Group Activity: PredatorPrey Analysis Involving Coyotes and Rabbits.
Chapter 3 Review.
Cumulative Review Exercise, Chapters 13.
4. Identities.
4.1 Fundamental Identities and Their Use.
4.2 Verifying Trigonometric Identities.
4.3 Sum, Difference, and Cofunction Identities.
4.4 DoubleAngle and HalfAngle Identities.
4.5 ProductSum and SumProduct Identities.
Chapter 4 Group Activity: From M sin Bt+N cos Bt to A sin(Bt+C).
Chapter 4 Review.
5. Inverse Trigonometric Functions; Trigonometric Equations and Inequalities.
5.1 Inverse Sine, Cosine, and Tangent Functions.
5.2 Inverse Cotangent, Secant, and Cosecant Functions.
5.3 Trigonometric Equations: An Algebraic Approach.
5.4 Trigonometric Equations and Inequalities: A Graphing Calculator Approach.
Chapter 5 Group Activity: sin 1/x=0 and Sin1 1/x=0.
Chapter 5 Review.
Cumulative Review Exercise, Chapters 15.
6. Additional Topics: Triangles and Vectors.
6.1 Law of Sines.
6.2 Law of Cosines.
6.3 Areas of Triangles.
6.4 Vectors: Geometrically Defined.
6.5 Vectors: Algebraically Defined.
6.6 The Dot Product.
Chapter 6 Group Activity: The SSA Case and the Law of Cosines.
Chapter 6 Review.
7. Polar Coordinates; Complex Numbers.
7.1 Polar and Rectangular Coordinates.
7.2 Sketching Polar Equations.
7.3 The Complex Plane.
7.4 De Moivre's Theorem and the nthRoot Theorem.
Chapter 7 Group Activity: Orbits of Planets.
Chapter 7 Review.
Cumulative Review Exercises, Chapters 17.
Appendix A Comments on Numbers.
A.1 Real Numbers.
A.2 Complex Numbers.
A.3 Significant Digits.
Appendix B Functions and Inverse Functions.
B.1 Functions.
B.2 Graphs and Transformations.
B.3 Inverse Functions.
Appendix C Plane Geometry: Some Useful Facts.
C.1 Lines and Angles,
C.2 Triangles,
C.3 Quadrilaterals.
C.4 Circles.
Selected Answers.
Index.
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