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Conversion from Degrees to Radians Help
Introduction to Conversion from Degrees to Radians Trigonometry has been used for over two thousand years to solve many realworld problems, among them surveying, navigating, and problems in engineering. Another important use is analytic—the trigonometric ...
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Trigonometry Practice Test
Review the following concepts if needed: Conversion from Degrees to Radians Help Coterminal and Reference Angles ...
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Trigonometry Review for Calculus Help
Introduction to Trigonometry Review for Calculus Here we give a whirlwind review of basic ideas of trigonometry. When we first learn trigonometry, we do so by studying right triangles and measuring angles in degrees. Look at Fig. ...
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Coterminal and Reference Angles Help
Introduction to Coterminal and Reference Angles Two angles are coterminal if their terminal sides are the same. For example, the terminal sides of the angles 300° and −60° are the same. See Figure 13.3.
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Trigonometric Functions Help
Introduction to Trigonometric Functions There are six trigonometric functions, but four of them are written in terms of two of the main functions—sine and cosine. Although trigonometry was developed to solve problems involving triangles, there is a very ...
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Graphs of Other Trigonometric Functions Help
Introudction to Graphs of Other Trigonometric Functions Because csc x = 1/sin x , the graph of y = csc x has a vertical asymptote everywhere y = sin x has an x intercept (where sin x = 0). ...
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Law of Sines and Cosines Practice Problems
To review these concepts, go to Law of Sines and Cosines Help Law of Sines and Cosines Practice Problems Practice When ...
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