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Tabla con los valores de las razones trigonométricas de los siguientes ángulos

Tabla con los valores de las razones trigonométricas de los siguientes ángulos

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Tabla con los valores de las razones trigonométricas de los siguientes ángulos(expresadla también en radianes).
(º)0 30 45 60 90 120 135 150 180 210 225 240 270 300 315 330 360
π
rad
0
1/6
¼
1/3½2/3¾5/617/125/92/3¾5/67/811/122
sen
0
½2/2√3/213/22/2½1-3/2-2/2-1/2-1-3/2-2/2-1/2-1
cos
1
3/2√2/2½0-1/2-2/2-3/20-1/2-2/2-3/20½2/23/20
tg
0
3/313-3-1-3/30313/3-3-1-3/3
csc
222/3312/33221-2/33-2-2-1-2/33-2-2-1
sec
1
2/33√22-2-2-2/33-2-2-2/33222/33
ctg
313/30-3/3-1-303/3130-3/3-1-30
Razones trigonométricas
Dada una circunferencia de radio r, si tomamos un arco AP, donde A es un punto delsemieje positivo de las x y P(x,y), el punto del extremo, se definen las razonestrigonométricas del ángulo en la forma:
Seno
sen a = ordenada / radio = y /
Coseno
cos a = abscisa / radio = x /
Tangente
tg a = seno / coseno = ordenada / abscisa = y / x
Cotangente
cotg a = coseno / seno = abscisa / ordenada = x / y
Secante
sec a = 1 / coseno = 1 / (x / r) = r / x
Cosecante
cosec a = 1 / seno = 1 / (y / r) = r / y
IDENTIDADES TRIGONOMÉTRICAS
sen(theta) = a / c csc(theta) = 1 / sen(theta) = c / acos(theta) = b / c sec(theta) = 1 / cos(theta) = c / btan(theta) = sen(theta) / cos(theta) = a / b cot(theta) = 1/ tan(theta) = b / asen(-x) = -sen(x)csc(-x) = -csc(x)cos(-x) = cos(x)sec(-x) = sec(x)tan(-x) = -tan(x)cot(-x) = -cot(x)sen
^2
(x) + cos
^2
(x) = 1 tan
^2
(x) + 1 = sec
^2
(x) cot
^2
(x) + 1 = csc
^2
(x)sen(x y) = sen x cos y cos x sen ycos(x y) = cos x cosy sen x sen y

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