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Point P1 till P3 is 3 of circle. 4 So the magnitude of this angle is 2700 . form a straight line. 4 so the magnitude of this angle is 900 Point P1 and P3 is 1 of circle. P2 P3 P1 P4 Point P1 till P1 again is a circle has 3600 Point P1 and P2 is 1 of circle. 2 So the magnitude of this angle is 1800 .The unit that is commonly used to measure angels is .

B r 0 O 1 radian A r = 57.Besides degrees. we can use another unit of angel measurement called a 2 radians = 3600 radians = 1800 1 radian = 180 1 radian .3 0 .

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cosecant. secant.A trigonometric function is a ratio of certain parts of a triangle. Let us look at this triangle« B c a A C b Cos Tan Sin = Side Opposite Hypothenuse Side Adjacent = Hypothenuse Side Opposite = Side Adjacent = = = a c b c a b The Cosecant is the inversion of the sine : Cosecant = Hypothenuse Side Opposite The Secant is the inversion of the cosine : Secant = Hypothenuse Side Adjacent The Cotangent is the inversion of the tangent : Cotangent = Side Adjacent Side Opposite . tangent. The names of these ratios are: The sine. cosine. cotangent.

8 10 6 ! 0.6 10 8 ! 0.75 8 . B 10 6 A C 8 Sin = Cos = Tan = 6 ! 0.Try finding the angles of the following triangle ..

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When solving oblique triangles. . You need« B a b c ! ! sin A sin B sin C c a A C b a2=b2+c2-2bc cosA b2=a2+c2-2ac cosB c2=a2+b2-2ab cosC It is useful to memorize these laws. They can be used to solve any triangle if enough measurements are given.

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In the following few slides.Trigonometric identities are ratios and relationships between certain trigonometric functions. you will learn about different trigonometric identities that take place in each trigonometric function. .

If you look at the name of cosine. Sine60º=Cosine30º Secant60º=Cosecant30º tangent30º=cotangent60º .866. The cotangent is the cofunction of the tangent (co-tangent). you can actually see that it is the cofunction of the sine (co-sine).866. and the cosecant is the cofunction of the secant (co-secant). What is the cosine of 30º? 0.What is the sine of 60º? 0.

The following trigonometric identities are useful to remember. Sin =1/csc Cos =1/sec Tan =1/cot Csc =1/sin Sec =1/cos Tan =1/cot (sin )2 + (cos )2=1 1+(tan )2=(sec )2 1+(cot )2=(csc )2 .

use the following equation. 2 radians = 360 degrees 1 radians= 180 degrees Convert 500 degrees into radians. . . To convert between them.Degrees and pi radians are two methods of showing trigonometric info. . 2 radians = 360 degrees. 1 degree = 500 degrees = 500 degrees = .

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