Equips senior high school students
with the necessary knowledge, skills, and attitudes to plan and conduct research on a topic
of interest utilizing basic quantitative methods. It explains briefly how quantitative research
methods are....Continue Reading
Coordinator/s: Luis Allan B. Melosantos and Josephine R. Sacluti
Author/s: Ryan M. Bruce, Luis Allan B. Melosantos, Susan J. Robles, Josephine R. Sacluti
Math Connections in the Digital Age: Precalculus covers the prerequisite topics of
calculus. It provides an intuitive learning approach that promotes easier understanding
of the lessons. It has easy-to-follow lessons and step-by-step solutions for examples. It
strengthens the math literacy of students through its problem-based approach. With this
textbook, learners will be equipped with the essential tools needed to understand and
solve problems preparatory to calculus. Learning competencies in the book comply with the
K to 12 curriculum for senior high school. It focuses on teaching the students how to apply
concepts and solve problems involving conic sections, systems of linear equations, series
and mathematical induction, circular and trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities,
and polar coordinate system.
SIBS provides teachers and schools with educational materials and services that enforce high impact learning among students. SIBS Publishing House, Inc. is a part of the Sibal group of companies which includes Phoenix Publishing House, Inc.
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