Trigonometry, 4th Edition

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Trigonometry, 4th Edition

By Cynthia Young

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Trigonometry, 4th Edition, now with corequisite support, brings together all the elements that have allowed instructors and learners to successfully “bridge the gap” between classroom instruction and independent homework. Written in a clear voice that speaks to students and mirrors how instructors communicate in lecture, Young’s hallmark pedagogy enables students to overcome common learning barriers and builds confidence in their ability to do mathematics. Varied exercise types and modeling projects keep the learning fresh and motivating. Young continues her tradition of fostering a love for succeeding in mathematics by introducing inquiry-based learning projects in this edition, providing learners an opportunity to master the material with more freedom while reinforcing mathematical skills and intuition. WileyPLUS provides a flexible platform with customizable content to elevate students’ experience in the modern classroom.

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New Corequisite Support Appendices

have been added as a digital appendix to support corequisite courses. The comprehensive coverage of prerequisite topics ranges from prealgebra through intermediate algebra, including step-by-step instructional worksheets that can be used inside or outside of the classroom, and an ample selection of homework and/or quiz exercises for each topic. Utilizing WileyPLUS, you can customize the corequisite topics and truly cater to your individual course needs.

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Symbolic Palette Entry

New in WileyPLUS, symbolic palette and graphing questions powered by GeoGebra give instructors the ability to assign more complex auto-graded questions to improve conceptual understanding in math. Boost your homework assessments with flexible, accurate, and reliable symbolic palette entry and real-time manipulation of graphs.

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Author Lecture Videos

Cynthia Young’s over 270 instructional videos mirror the instructor’s voice outside the classroom. The Cynthia Young Lecture Videos provide worked examples of the most difficult concepts in each chapter and section of the course.

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Interactive Animations demonstrate core material. The Interactive Animations help students build a solid base of conceptual understanding of the early material covered in algebra. These animations reinforce skills with Skill Checks throughout the viewing process.

      What’s New

    • New Corequisite Support Appendices have been added as a digital appendix to support corequisite courses. The comprehensive coverage of prerequisite topics ranges from prealgebra through intermediate algebra, including step-by-step instructional worksheets that can be used inside or outside of the classroom, and an ample selection of homework and/or quiz exercises for each topic. Utilizing WileyPLUS, you can customize the corequisite topics and truly cater to your individual course needs.
    • Available for Fall 2021 classes, instructors will have assignable, auto-graded exercises for all prerequisite learning objectives that be used for homework or as pre-lecture activities.
    • Symbolic Palette Entry is new in WileyPLUS. Symbolic palette and graphing questions powered by GeoGebra give instructors the ability to assign more complex auto-graded questions to improve conceptual understanding in math. Boost your homework assessments with flexible, accurate, and reliable symbolic palette entry and real-time manipulation of graphs.

Cynthia Y. Young is the Dean of the College of Science and Professor of Mathematics at Clemson University and the author of College Algebra, TrigonometryAlgebra and Trigonometry, and Precalculus. She holds a BA in Secondary Mathematics Education from the University of North Carolina(Chapel Hill), an MS in Mathematical Sciences from UCF, and both an MS in Electrical Engineering and a PhD in Applied Mathematics from the University of Washington. She has taught high school in North Carolina and Florida, developmental mathematics at Shoreline Community College in Washington, and undergraduate and graduate students at UCF.

Prior to her leadership role at Clemson, Dr. Young was a Pegasus Professor of Mathematics and the Vice Provost for Faculty Excellence and UCF Global at the University of Central Florida (UCF). Dr. Young joined the faculty at UCF in 1997 as an assistant professor of mathematics, and her primary research area was the mathematical modeling of the atmospheric effects on propagating laser beams. Her atmospheric propagation research was recognized by the Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award, and in 2007 she was selected as a fellow of the International Society for Optical Engineering. Her secondary area of research centers on improvement of student learning in mathematics. She has authored or co-authored over 60 books and articles and has served as the principal investigator or co-principal investigator on projects with more than $2.5 million in federal funding. Dr. Young was on the team at UCF that developed the UCF EXCEL program, which was originally funded by the National Science Foundation to support the increase in the number of students graduating with a degree in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). The EXCEL learning community approach centered around core mathematics courses has resulted in a significant increase in STEM graduation rates and has been institutionalized at UCF.

Chapter 1. Right Triangle Trigonometry
Chapter 2. Trigonometric Functions
Chapter 3. Radian Measure and the Unit Circle Approach
Chapter 4. Graphing Trigonometric Functions
Chapter 5. Trigonometric Identities
Chapter 6. Solving Trigonometric Equations
Chapter 7. Applications of Trigonometry: Triangles and Vectors
Chapter 8. Complex Numbers, Polar Coordinates, and Parametric Equations
Appendix A: Algebraic Prerequisites and Review
Appendix B: Conic Sections

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