A Graphical Approach to Algebra and Trigonometry John Hornsby, Margaret Lial, Gary Rockswold
Hornsby/Lial/Rockswold’s Graphical Approach covers functions through a consistent four part analytical process that asks students to 1) Examine the nature of the graph 2) Solve a typical equation analytically and graphically 3) Solve the related inequality analytically and graphically, and finally, 4) Apply analytic and graphical methods to solve an application of that class of function. KEY TOPICS: Linear Functions, Equations, and Inequalities; Analysis of Graphs of Functions; Polynomial Functions; Rational, Power, and Root Functions; Inverse, Exponential, and Logarithmic Functions; Systems and Matrices; Analytic Geometry and Nonlinear Systems; Trigonometric Functions and Applications; Trigonometric Identities and Equations; Applications of Trigonometry and Vectors; Reference: Basic Algebraic Concepts MARKET: For all readers interested in algebra.
Mathematics – Algebra
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