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The ancient rules of trigonometry are still used today in navigation, aviation, architecture, astronomy, building, engineering, education ..... etc

Precalculus is supposed to be a stringent and comprehensive review of both algebra and trigonometry. This is in preparation for calculus which uses both algebra and trig extensively.

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