MATH 1316, Trigonometry
Trigonometry is one of the nicest freshman math courses to teach and to take. It's about the geometry of right triangles and extensions of these ideas. It's really amazing to see all the places that the extensions of those ideas lead. We'll see some interesting applications of them as we focus on learning the particular parts of trigonometry needed for calculus.
In order to succeed in trigonometry, students must begin with solid algebra skills. We have a Prerequisite Review Sheet available. Please look over this and get whatever help you need to learn to do these before the course starts. Then you can concentrate on learning trigonometry in the course rather than reviewing algebra.
Return to Mary Parker's Home Page
Return to ACC Mathematics Home Page
Border and background from Ace of Space Graphics © 1996-1997, Bordertown
This page was prepared by Mary Parker, firstname.lastname@example.org. It was last updated on April 15, 2000.