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WAGmob brings you Simple 'n Easy, on-the-go learning book for "Trigonometry".

The book provides:

Snack sized chapters for easy learning.

Designed for both students and adults.

This book provides a quick summary of essential concepts in Trigonometry by following snack sized chapters:

� Introduction to Trigonometry.
� Triangle Properties: Similar Triangles.
� Solving the Height Problem (Using Similar Triangles).
� Angles and Rotation.
� Ray.
� Measuring Angles.
� 360 Degree Angle.
� 90 Degree Angle.
� 180 Degree Angle.
� One Radian.
� Angles in the Coordinate Plane.
� Types of Angles.

Solving Right Triangles
� Right Triangle.
� Pythagorean Theorem and its Proof.
� Trigonometry functions.
� Techniques for Solving Right Triangle.
� Co-functions of Complementary angles are equal.

Triangle Formulae
� Law of Sines.
� Law of Cosines.
� Area Formula.
� Area of a Triangle.
� Oblique Triangles.
� Solve Triangle Using SAA Property.
� Solve Triangle Using ASA Property.

� Functions.
� Type of Functions.
� Inverse of Function.
� Functions Defined by Rules.
� Graph of a Function.
� Vertical and Horizontal Line Test.
� Even Functions.
� Odd Functions.
� Increasing and Decreasing Functions.
� Local Maximum, Local Minimum.

Trigonometric Functions
� Unit Circle.
� Trigonometric Functions Based on the Unit Circle.
� Sign of Trigonometric Functions.
� Trigonometric Ratios.
� Trigonometric Ratios of Compound Angles.
� Generalized form of T-Ratios.

Graphing Trigonometric Functions
� Graph of the Sine Function.
� Characteristics of the Sine Function.
� Graph of the Cosine Function.
� Characteristics of the Cosine Function.
� Graph of the Tangent Function.
� Characteristics of the Tangent Function.
� Graph of the Cosecant Function.
� Characteristics of the Cosecant Function.
� Graph of the Secant Function.
� Characteristics of the Secant Function.
� Graph of the Co-tangent Function.
� Characteristics of the Co-tangent Function.

Inverse Trigonometric Functions
� Finding the Inverse of a Function.

Trigonometric Equations
� Trigonometric Equations.
� General Solution.
� Various Methods.
� Solution of Equations by Factoring.
� Solution of Equations Reducible To Quadratic Equations.
� Solution of Homogeneous Equations.
� By introducing an Auxiliary Argument.
� By Using Formulas for Lowering Degree.
� Solving Equations with the Use of Half Angle Formulas.
� Some Basic Solutions.

Trigonometric Identity
� Trigonometric Identity.
� Pythagorean Identities.
� Angle Sum and Difference Identities.
� Double Angle Identities.
� Triple Angle Identities.
� Reciprocal Identities.
� Quotient Identities.
� Co-function Identities.
� Product to Sum Identities.
� Sum to Product Identities.
� Half Angle Identities.
� Straight Line.
� Angle between Two Lines.

Hyperbolic Functions
� Hyperbolic Functions Definition.
� Hyperbolic Function.
� Domain and Range of Hyperbolic Functions.
� Graphs of the Hyperbolic Functions.

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