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Finding Values for Trigonometry Functions

You probably know many of the trigonometry functions for the more common angles. Some favorites are: [more…]

Identifying Algebraic Properties Most Often Used When Solving Identities

Solving identities is almost a rite of passage for those studying trigonometry. Tackling the prospect of solving identities — and later simplifying trig expressions in calculus — goes much more smoothly [more…]

10 Ways to Compute Trigonometry Functions without Trig Functions

A trigonometric function has input values that are angles and output values that are real numbers. You have two choices when inputting values into a trig function: You can use degrees or radians. Most [more…]

The Polar Coordinate System

The most familiar graphing plane is the one using the Cartesian coordinates. You find two perpendicular lines called axes.The horizontal axis (or x-axis) and vertical axis [more…]

Without Geometry There Would Be No Trigonometry

Trigonometry is a subject that has to be studied after some background in geometry. Why? Because trigonometry has its whole basis in triangles and angle measures and circles. Geometric studies acquaint [more…]

Trigonometry For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Trigonometry is the study of triangles, which contain angles, of course. Get to know some special rules for angles and various other important functions, definitions, and translations. Sines and cosines [more…]

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