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Fundamentals of algebra and trigonometry

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        StatementWm.C. Brown Publishers
        PublishersWm.C. Brown Publishers
        LC Classifications1989
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 101 p. :
        Number of Pages67
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100697053237

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His contribution to the Swokowski texts also includes joining the revision team of the calculus text in 1989. Wikipedia citation Copy and paste this code into your Wikipedia page. Best Sellers Rank: 4,807,442 in Books• There is a smooth transition and a gradual complexity as you go from the fundamentals through the subject. This first chapter assumes you are coming from ground zero and is good to read just to brush up or see if there is anything new, that you missed originally.

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org Scanningcenter shenzhen Worldcat source edition. Now I call that practical. Now some people will complain that it is not all practical or applied. He started working on the Swokowski series of precalculus texts in 1985 as an ancillary author, and has been a co-author since 1991. However, it sure helps when reading other books that can only explain tings in at least rudimentary math.

First, discussions have been rewritten to enable students to more easily understand the mathematical concepts presented. Description: xix, 732, 98 pages : illustrations some color ; 25 cm.