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Trigonom

etry

What is Trigonometry?

Trigonometry is a methodology for finding

some unknown elements of a triangle

provided the data includes a sufficient

amount of linear and angular measurements

to define a shape uniquely.

For example, two sides a and b of a triangle

and the angle they include define the triangle

uniquely. The third side c can then be found

from the Law of Cosines while the angles

and are determined from the Law of Sines.

the uses of trigonometry

The scientific principles that man

employs to obtain the

foreknowledge of an eclipse, or of

any thing else relating to the

motion of the heavenly bodies, are

contained chiefly in that part of

science that is called trigonometry,

or the properties of a triangle,

which, when applied to the study

of the heavenly bodies, is called

astronomy; when applied to direct

the course of a ship on the ocean,

it is called navigation; when

applied to the construction of

figures drawn by a ruler and

compass, it is called geometry.

Applications of Trigonometry

There is an enormous

number of applications of

trigonometry and trigonometric

functions.

The technique of

triangulation is used in

astronomy to measure the

distance to nearby stars, in

geography to measure

distances between landmarks,

and in satellite navigation

systems.

Line of Sight

Line

ht

g

i

S

of

the line joining the eye of the boy and the bird is

called the Line of Sight.

Angle of Elevation

Angle of Elevation

looking at a bird on a tree. The angle which the

line of sight makes with a horizontal line drawn

away from the eyes is called the angle of

elevation.

Angle of Depression

Angle of Depression

looking at the boy, then the angle

between the birds line of sight and

horizontal line drawn from its eyes is

called the Angle of Depression.

Mechanical Engineering,

Architecture, Electrical Engineer,

Music Theory,etc.These fields

involve trigonometry does not

mean knowledge of trigonometry

is needed in order to learn

anything about them. It does mean

that some things in these fields

cannot be understood without

trigonometry. For example, a

professor of music may perhaps

know nothing of mathematics, but

would probably know that

Pythagoras was the earliest

known contributor to the

mathematical theory of music.

Mechanical Engineers

Mechanical engineers apply

principles from calculus and

trigonometry as well as other

higher-level mathematics concepts

on a regular basis. In fact, most

mechanical systems can be

described quite accurately through

mathematical models. Mechanical

engineers must also be able to

apply theoretical results to

practical solutions. This requires a

great deal of creativity and

perseverance.

Architecture

Ancient architects had to be

mathematicians because

architecture was part of

mathematics. Using math and

design principles, they built

pyramids and other structures that

stand today. Surveyors also use

trigonometry to examine land and

determine its boundaries and size.

Although surveyors perform this

task, architects may rely on

surveys when designing

structures.

Electrical Engineer

The main purpose throughout

Electrical Engineering is to design

some type of circuit for some

specific purpose. Input signal, and

Output some type of electrical

signal. These consist of two

different types of signals DC

signal, and AC signal. The DC

signal is a voltage input that

doesn't change periodically over

time. The AC Signal is slightly

more complicated. This signal can

take on many different forms with

respect to time. All these forms are

described by Trigonometry.

Music Theory

The sounds that we hear every

day, including music, reach our

ear as sound waves. These

sound waves travel through the

air at different angles from the

original sound source. The sound

then bounces off whatever is

nearby. Engineers use

trigonometry to figure out the

angles of the sound waves and

how to design a room or hall so

that the waves bounce to the

listener in a balanced and direct

manner. Studio producers or hall

managers sometimes install

panels that hang from the ceiling

of the room---these panels can

be adjusted at specific angles to

get the sound waves to bounce

Chemistry

Trigonometry is a system of

mathematics that describes

triangles. Chemists use

trigonometric functions to

accurately describe the angles

that are created when atoms bond

together to form molecules.

Chemistry is a science that

describes how materials interact

with each other and trigonometric

functions, such as sine, cosine,

and tangent, are essential to

describe materials in their three

dimensions.

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