MASTER MATH:
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“The Master Math series is an easytouse, informative reference
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friendly and definitely a must for learning math basics or for those who want a comprehensive refresher.” —Channing
Robertson, Ruth G. and William K. Bowes Professor in the School of Engineering, Stanford University “The Master
Math series is an easytouse, informative reference for beginning students or rusty professional. Particularly effective
is the presentation of topics in conjunction with practical applications.” —Melanie McNeil, Professor of Chemical Engineering, San Jose State University MASTER MATH: GEOMETRY Master everything from deductive reasoning and proofs to polygons, circles, solids, and analytic geometry ENDORSEMENTS: "Indispensable and comprehensive. One of the most thorough
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examples." Channing Robertson, Professor in School of Engineering, Stanford University
"A detailed and thorough resource to study, review, or supplement a student's journey through the
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Davis
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MASTER MATH: PRECALCULUS Master everything
from sets and functions to derivatives and integrals.
ENDORSEMENTS:
“One of the most extensive treatments of fundamental math skills
available—user friendly and definitely a must for learning math basics or for those who want a comprehensive refresher.”
—Channing Robertson, Ruth G. and William K. Bowes Professor in the School of Engineering, Stanford University “The Master Math series is an easytouse, informative reference
for beginning students or rusty professional. Particularly effective is the presentation of topics in conjunction with practical
applications.” —Melanie McNeil, Professor of Chemical Engineering, San Jose State University MASTER MATH: TRIGONOMETRY Master
everything from identities and circular functions to
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refresher." Channing Robertson, Professor in School of Engineering, Stanford University
“A comprehensive review with interesting examples of the application of trigonometry to real world problems.
Summary sections for identities and explanations of important concepts make it particularly useful.” –Cyndy Lakowske,
MS Chemical Engineering, Stanford University “An easytouse, informative
reference for beginning students or rusty professionals. Particularly effective is the presentation of topics in conjunction
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MASTER MATH: CALCULUS Master
everything from functions and limits to
the derivative, the integral, and vector calculus ENDORSEMENTS: “One of the most extensive treatments of fundamental calculus availableuserfriendly and definitely a must
for learning calculus basics or as a comprehensive refresher." Channing Robertson, Professor in School of Engineering,
Stanford University “This book is a thorough yet concise coverage of calculus and
is a good review for anyone wishing to brush up on the methods or terminology” –Cyndy Lakowske, MS Chemical Engineering,
Stanford University “An
easytouse, informative reference for beginning students or rusty professionals. Particularly effective is the presentation
of topics in conjunction with practical applications.” Melanie McNeil, Professor of Chemical Engineering, San Jose
State University
