University Press of America

Pages: 84
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Trim: 6 x 9⅛

978-0-7618-4784-7 • Paperback • August 2009 • $35.99 • (£24.95)

978-0-7618-4785-4 • eBook • August 2009 • $34.00 • (£23.95)

**Dr. B.N. Kumar** is a professor of science, mathematics, and education at Wagner College. Apart from making connections in developing school partnerships to improve science and math teaching and learning, Dr. Kumar is an innovator of science, math, and health curriculum materials.

Chapter 1 Purpose and Audience

Chapter 2 Introduction

Chapter 3 Theory of Quadratics

Chapter 4 Progressions and Series

Chapter 5 Simultaneous Equations

Chapter 6 Indices and Logarithms

Chapter 7 Remainder Theorem

Chapter 8 Permutations and Combinations

Chapter 9 Graphs of Algebraic Functions

Chapter 10 Circular Measure

Chapter 11 Trigonometric Functions

Chapter 12 Addition Formulae

Chapter 13 Equations and Identities

Chapter 14 Solutions of Triangles

Chapter 15 3-Dimensional Geometry

Chapter 16 3-Dimensional Trigonometry

Chapter 17 Points and Loci

Chapter 18 Straight Lines

Chapter 19 The Circle

Chapter 20 Gradients and Differentiation

Chapter 21 Tangents and Normals

Chapter 22 Velocity and Acceleration

Chapter 23 Maxima and Minima

Chapter 24 Integration

Chapter 25 Areas and Volumes

Chapter 26 Forces and Moments

Chapter 27 Vector Quantities

Chapter 28 Triangle of Forces

Chapter 29 Parallel Forces

Chapter 30 Center of Gravity

Chapter 31 Equilibrium

Chapter 32 Uniformly Accelerated Motion

Chapter 33 Laws of Motion

Chapter 34 Work and Power

Chapter 35 Energy

Chapter 36 Momentum and Impulse

It might be used as a brief study guide by high school students preparing for standardized college entrance mathematics exams or by college students who need a concise review before taking introductory college mathematics courses.

**— ****Mathematics Teacher****, October 2010**