In Advanced Mathematics, topics from advanced algebra, geometry, trigonometry, discrete mathematics, and mathematical analysis are interwoven to form a fully integrated text. Specific topics include permutations and combinations; trigonometric identities; inverse trigonometric functions; conic sections; graphs of sinusoids; rectangular and polar representation of complex numbers; De Movie's theorem; matrices and determinants; the binomial theorem; and the rational roots theorem. Euclidean geometry is also included. (125 lessons)
The student edition contains answers to odd-numbered problems; the Home Study Packet, which is the complete answer key and tests, is also included. You will need a scientific calculator, but since there are optional exercises for a graphing calculator, that would be even better.
Lesson 2 page 1
Lesson 2 page 2
Did you find this review helpful?