
I'm just reviewing basic math before a University Physics I course, so maybe I'm wrong, but here's a passage in your book that doesn't seem right:
"If t < 0, we wrap the interval [t, 0] clockwise around the Unit Circle. Since we have defined clockwise rotation as having negative radian measure, the angle determined by this arc has radian measure equal to t." (p. 704, last paragraph).
Shouldn't that be t?
Michael Gainey
