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Forster's Algebra and Trig question

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You would stop at the end of chapter 12.


These are the trig chapters:


Chapter 13: Trigonometric and Circular Functions

Chapter 14: Properties of Trigonometric and Circular Functions

Chapter 15: Triangle Problems


Paul Foerster said (somewhere, I don't remember where I heard this) that for a more thorough treatment of trig, he recommends skipping the trig portion of his Algebra II book and doing the trig in his precalculus book instead (along with the rest of the book).

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