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The Not-So-Scary Guide to Basic Trigonometry eliminates the fear, frustration and anxiety often associated with learning trigonometry. By introducing a new and intuitive technique called a ?mathematical tripod,? author Kevin Hunter is able to do away with traditional, complicated algebraic methods, resulting in better comprehension and less stress. This slim but effective guide is written in a simple, straightforward style designed to make things easy for the average person who may not be well-versed in the concepts of geometry or algebra. The numerous explanations, diagrams and drawings will appeal to many different learning styles, and the provided practice problems walk readers step-by-step through the process of finding the correct answer. Those who do not have the time or the money for expensive college courses or seminars will benefit from the easy-to-learn methods introduced in this guide. Anyone with a scientific calculator and a basic understanding of multiplication and division can learn and apply the fundamentals of trigonometry. Trigonometry shouldn?t be scary, and now it doesn?t have to be with The Not-So-Scary Guide to Basic Trigonometry.

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