Trigonometry Workbook: Teacher Guide [NOOK Book]

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NEW from REA…Groundbreaking, Easy-to-Use Workbook Series for Students Struggling with Math REA’s Ready, Set, Go! Series is a Perfect Study Tool for Exit Exams, End-of-Course Exams, or Graduation Exams Many students continue to struggle in high school math courses because they failed to master the basic mathematical skills. REA’s new Ready, Set, Go! Workbook series takes the confusion out of math, helping students raise their grades and score higher on important exams. What makes REA’s workbooks different? For ...
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Trigonometry Workbook: Teacher Guide

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Overview

NEW from REA…Groundbreaking, Easy-to-Use Workbook Series for Students Struggling with Math REA’s Ready, Set, Go! Series is a Perfect Study Tool for Exit Exams, End-of-Course Exams, or Graduation Exams Many students continue to struggle in high school math courses because they failed to master the basic mathematical skills. REA’s new Ready, Set, Go! Workbook series takes the confusion out of math, helping students raise their grades and score higher on important exams. What makes REA’s workbooks different? For starters, students will actually like using them. Here’s why: • Math is explained in simple language, in an easy-to-follow style • The workbooks allow students to learn at their own pace and master the subject • 15 lessons break down the material into the basics • Each lesson is fully devoted to a key math concept and includes many step-by-step examples • Paced instruction with drills and quizzes reinforces learning • The innovative “Math Flash” feature offers helpful tips and strategies in each lesson—including advice on common mistakes to avoid • Skill scorecard measures the student’s progress and success • Every answer to every question, in every test, is explained in full detail • A final exam is included so students can test what they’ve learned When students apply the skills they’ve mastered in our workbooks, they can do better in class, raise their grades, and score higher on the all-important end-of-course, graduation, and exit exams. Some of the math topics covered in the Ready, Set, Go! Trigonometry Workbook include: • Trigonometric Ratios • Graphing Points and Angles • Special Angles • Inverse Trigonometric Values • Solving Triangles • Solving Four-Sided Figures • Solving Trigonometric Equations and more! Whether used in a classroom, for home or self study, or with a tutor, this workbook gets students ready for important math tests and exams, set to take on new challenges, and helps them go forward in their studies!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780738669861
  • Publisher: Research & Education Association
  • Publication date: 1/1/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 308
  • Sales rank: 763,826
  • File size: 10 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2014

    Good book keep writeing

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 29, 2014

    The story deserves it

    I really loved the phone like thing idea but now i must read more! You finsh one part and are looking at all results for the next one you must find out that clif hanger!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 29, 2014

    Chapter 5- Light

    The brightness of even a dim bulb would have been enough by now to blind Ana. So twenty or so super-high-watt bulbs was like pure agony after the last fifteen minutes or so. <br> Ana groaned. She wondered if this was some kind of defense mechanism. Leave the place ridiculously dark, then have extra-bright lighting blind th intruders. However, once she couod get both eyes to stay open without feeling like she was trying to look straight at the sun, she realized this place was all but abandoned. <br>The room she was in was not unlike her science classroom at school: lots of odd-looking bottles of who-knows-what, lab supplies strewn across a table in one end of the room. All it needed was her teacher, Mr. Speck. Had he been there, she would have easily believed herself to be in class. Waking up from a weird dream brought on by a longer than average lecture. Except it obviously wasn't a dream. Was it? <br> She decided to test the theory. If she was dreaming, she should be able to do whatever, right? So she should be able to teleport out. Ana closed her eyes, imagining herself appearing in her room. She stayed that way for about thirty seconds, concentrating. Then she opened her eyes again. <br> She was still in the mysterious room that resembled a science lab, standing there with her sock rope tied around her waist. Of course not. Either she was having a very strange dream, or this was real. Best she keep going with the latter assumption for now. A dream might not have much consequences, but if this was real...<br> She staggered over to the table to get a closer look at the contents. A bunch of vials of stuff she couldn't identify, a couple of unused petri dishes, and...a small grey box. <br> The box was about the size of her fist, with the thickness of about half an inch, and had a metallic sheen to it. She picked it up and turned it over in her good hand. A mark on the bottom caught her eye. <br> The mark looked familiar somehow...it took her a second to recognize it. It looked like the 'call' button on a cellphone. She wondered if she should press it or not. Then a loud buzz took her by surprise. It was coming from the box! She dropped it, startled, then saw how it had landed. <br>Button down. Meaning the button had just been pressed. Wonder what this one would trigger? 'Hopefully not another elevator...' she thought. <br>It wasn't an elevator, of course. It was something much stranger.

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