Mathematics Department

MAT 1360 - Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry
4 credit hours

MAT 1360 is a preparation for calculus. Topics include: trigonometric functions; analytic trigonometry; applications of trigonometry in right triangles, oblique triangles, vectors, complex numbers, polar coordinates, and parametric equations; conic sections; and analytic geometry in 3-dimensions. (Replaces MAT 132, MAT 133, MAT 142 and MAT 136.)
Prerequisite: A score at least 80 on Accuplacer College-Level Mathematics (CP4) or a “C” or higher in MAT 1350 [formerly MAT 135]. Although MAT 1340 [formerly MAT 134] is no longer a prerequisite for MAT 1360, it is strongly recommended that students with weak skills in geometry and trigonometry complete MAT 1340 with a grade of “C” or higher before attempting MAT 1360. Student must have graphing calculator.

Books:

Book Cover

Sullivan and Sullivan. Precalculus,Enhanced with Graphing Ultilites, 6th edition.
Pearson Publishing (Prentice Hall), 2013
(Includes MyMathLab)

PGCC Bookstore ISBN-10: 1256722413

Book Only
Publisher ISBN-10: 0321795466 or ISBN-13: 9780321795465
Publisher eBook ISBN-10: 0321794931 or ISBN-13: 9780321794932 (www.coursesmart.com)
Publisher A La Carte (Unbound) ISBN-10: 0321794923 or ISBN-13: 9780321772060
Same content, different format

MyMathLab Only
PGCC Bookstore ISBN-10: 032119991X
Publisher: pearsonmylabandmastering.com/
(purchase MyMathLab access code & eText available)



Or

Colburn. Pre-Calculus, 2nd edition.
McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2010.
(Includes ALEKS access and MathZone)

PGCC Bookstore ISBN-10: 0078010004 or ISBN-10: 0078010039
Publisher ISBN-10:0077276507 or ISBN-13: 9780077276508
ISBN-10:0077366492 or ISBN-13: 9780077366490

ALEKS Only
PGCC Bookstore ISBN-10: 0072391308

Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of the course, each student should be able to demonstrate the ability to use symbolic, numerical, and visual skills to find and verify solutions of algebra and trigonometry problems and applications (of college-level difficulty) in the following areas:

1. Performing operations with and simplifying:

2. Solving:

3. Graphing and analyzing:

4. Graphing equations in rectangular, parametric, and polar form, and converting equations from any one of these forms to any other form.

5. Evaluating trigonometric functions and their inverses in degree and radian modes:

6. Applying and verifying:




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