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Course Overview

This course covers the basic trigonometry needed for Calculus. Topics covered include angles, radian and degree measure, terminal points, coterminal angles, trigonometric functions and graphs, including phase shifts and vertical shifts of graphs, right triangle trigonometry, arc length, trigonometric identities, addition, subtraction, double-angle identities, Laws of Sines and Cosines, inverse trigonometric functions, and the trigonometric forms of complex numbers. MAT 126 consists of the second half of MAT 130. Passing both MAT 125 and 126 is equivalent to passing MAT 130.

Prerequisite: MAT 125 or equivalent

Program: Mathematics

Credit: 3

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