# Schaum's Outline of College Mathematics, Fourth Edition

4^{th}Edition

ISBN10: 0071626476

ISBN13: 9780071626477

Copyright: 2010

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**Schaum's Outline of College Mathematics, 4ed**

Elements of Algebra

Functions

Graphs of Functions

Linear Equations

Simultaneous Linear Equations

Quadratic Functions and Equations

Inequalities

Locus of an Equation

The Straight Line

Families of Straight Lines

The Circle

Arithmetic and Geometric Progressions

Infinite Geometric Series

Mathematical Induction

The Binomial Theorem

Permutations

Combinations

Probability

Determinants of Order Two and Three

Determinants of Order

Systems of Linear Equations

Introduction to Transformational Geometry

Angles and Arc Length

Trigonometric Functions of a General Angle

Trigonometric Functions of an Acute Angle

Reduction to Functions of Positive Acute Angles

Graphs of the Trigonometric Functions

Fundamental Trigonometric Relations and Identities

Trigonometric Functions of Two Angles

Sum, Difference, and Product Trigonometric Formulas

Oblique Triangles

Inverse Trigonometric Functions

Trigonometric Equations

Complex Numbers

The Conic Sections

Transformations of Coordinate

Points in Space

Simultaneous Quadratic Equations

Logarithms

Power, Exponential, and Logarithmic Curves

Polynomial Equations, Rational Roots

Irrational Roots of Polynomial Equations

Graphs of Polynomials

Parametric Equations

The Derivative

Differentiation of Algebraic Expressions

Applications of Derivatives

Integration

Infinite Sequences

Infinite Series

Power Series

Polar Coordinates

Introduction to the Graphing Calculator

The Number System of Algebra

Mathematical Modeling

# About the Author

**Philip Schmidt**

Philip A. Schmidt, Ph.D., has a B.S. from Brooklyn College (with a major in Mathematics), an M.A. in Mathematics, and a Ph.D. in Mathematics education from Syracuse University. He is Dean of the School of Education at SUNY College at New Paltz. He is author of 3000 Solved Problems in Precalculus and 2500 Solved Problems in College Algebra and Trigonometry as well as numerous journal articles.

**Frank Ayres**

McGraw-Hill authors represent the leading experts in their fields and are dedicated to improving the lives, careers, and interests of readers worldwide

**Schaum's Outline of College Mathematics, 4ed**

Elements of Algebra

Functions

Graphs of Functions

Linear Equations

Simultaneous Linear Equations

Quadratic Functions and Equations

Inequalities

Locus of an Equation

The Straight Line

Families of Straight Lines

The Circle

Arithmetic and Geometric Progressions

Infinite Geometric Series

Mathematical Induction

The Binomial Theorem

Permutations

Combinations

Probability

Determinants of Order Two and Three

Determinants of Order

Systems of Linear Equations

Introduction to Transformational Geometry

Angles and Arc Length

Trigonometric Functions of a General Angle

Trigonometric Functions of an Acute Angle

Reduction to Functions of Positive Acute Angles

Graphs of the Trigonometric Functions

Fundamental Trigonometric Relations and Identities

Trigonometric Functions of Two Angles

Sum, Difference, and Product Trigonometric Formulas

Oblique Triangles

Inverse Trigonometric Functions

Trigonometric Equations

Complex Numbers

The Conic Sections

Transformations of Coordinate

Points in Space

Simultaneous Quadratic Equations

Logarithms

Power, Exponential, and Logarithmic Curves

Polynomial Equations, Rational Roots

Irrational Roots of Polynomial Equations

Graphs of Polynomials

Parametric Equations

The Derivative

Differentiation of Algebraic Expressions

Applications of Derivatives

Integration

Infinite Sequences

Infinite Series

Power Series

Polar Coordinates

Introduction to the Graphing Calculator

The Number System of Algebra

Mathematical Modeling

# About the Author

**Philip Schmidt**

Philip A. Schmidt, Ph.D., has a B.S. from Brooklyn College (with a major in Mathematics), an M.A. in Mathematics, and a Ph.D. in Mathematics education from Syracuse University. He is Dean of the School of Education at SUNY College at New Paltz. He is author of 3000 Solved Problems in Precalculus and 2500 Solved Problems in College Algebra and Trigonometry as well as numerous journal articles.

**Frank Ayres**

McGraw-Hill authors represent the leading experts in their fields and are dedicated to improving the lives, careers, and interests of readers worldwide

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