The Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus Tutor Set! - 5 Hour Course!
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The Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus Tutor is the easiest way to improve your grades in Trig and Pre-Calculus! How does a baby learn to speak? By being immersed in everyday conversation. What is the best way to learn Trig and Pre-Calculus? By being immersed in it! During this course the instructor will work out hundreds of examples with each step fully narrated so no one gets lost! Most other DVDs on Trig and Pre-Calculus are 2 hours in length. This DVD set is over double the running time and costs much less! See why thousands have discovered that the easiest way to learn Trig and Pre-Calculus is to learn by examples!
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I have tutored many, many people in Math through Calculus, and I have found that if you start off with the basics and take things one step at a time - anyone can learn complex Math topics. This 2-DVD set contains 5 hours of fully worked example problems in Trig and Pre-Calculus.
After viewing this DVD course in Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus you'll discover that the material isn't hard at all if it is presented in a clear manner. No knowledge is assumed on the part of the student. Each example builds in complexity so before you know it you'll be working the 'tough' problems with ease!
Have a problem with your homework? Simply find a similar problem fully worked out on the Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus Tutor 2-DVD set!
Section 1: Complex Numbers
Section 2: Exponential Functions
Section 3: Logarithmic Functions
Section 4: Solving Exponential and Logarithmic Equations
Section 5: Angles
Section 6: Finding Trig Functions Using Triangles
Section 7: Finding Trig Functions Using The Unit Circle
Section 8: Graphing Trig Functions
Section 9: Trig Identities
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The video and sound are very clear, the picture is stable, and you just listen and watch while a teacher who knows his stuff and knows how to explain it takes you though the subject matter. You can pause, rewind, and watch parts over as many times as you want. You can pause and try stuff on your own with pencil and paper, or search the web or your own books for other explanations to complement what he's saying. That's one of the great things about self-paced learning.