Moo once posted a link that had several free useful e-books. One of them was a teach yourself trigonometry book. Check here:
http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...0-e-books.html
XP Math - Math eBooks
As the title states, does anyone have an excellent self teaching trig. book they can recommend? Preferably one that proceeds in a logical fashion, tons of examples to work through, and solutions that dont leave the math impaired guessing as was done.
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Moo once posted a link that had several free useful e-books. One of them was a teach yourself trigonometry book. Check here:
http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...0-e-books.html
XP Math - Math eBooks
You will have to forgive me, but from a quick glance I do not think that will help me very much. I am very poor with math at the moment. Currently I seem to thrive in self teaching book formats that first explain the concept/theory, give a few practice problems with in depth solutions, and then offer multiple practice questions to try. I am willing to shell out what ever money I have to, price is not a limiting factor.