I skipped college albebra and trigonometry and went straight into Calculus. It was fairly easy, I had to learn trig as I went, but I got an A.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm now in Calc II, using a different book through a different school (A university rather than a campus) and I'm starting to have troubles.

Is there a book or a site or a clever system I can study that will broaden my trig understanding? I've considered just buying a trig text book from the campus bookstore.

I've studied the unit circle a lot and played with it on my own, and I have friend that has developed an awesome diagram for multiplication and addition of trig functions, but I assume working through problems is the best thing I can do, but these books are so &%*@&$ expen$ive

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# Calc II Suggestions

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