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Trigonometry Demystified by Stan Gibilisco
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Oct 01, 10

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Read in September, 2010

I never took Trigonometry in school. I'm glad. That would have been a waste. This book is faster.

Gibilisco's writing is dry and he makes no attempts to bring great insight to the subject. Like any bored-out-of-his-mind teacher he gives you the terminology, shows you some examples, and quizzes you on them. You'll know basic trigonometry when you're done.

This is a boring book for a boring (on its own) subject. But the trigonometric functions are important to understand. So get through it as quickly as you can and try to remember it.

NOTE: I didn't actually "like" this book as my three-star rating would seem to indicate. Instead, it was just "ok." But I learned the subject, so two stars looked wrong.
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