What On Earth Is Trigonometry?? "Trig" For Dummies! By: None Other Than Danny Gonzalez
Trigonometry Is the mathematics of  triangles and  trigonometric functions.
So What Does Soh Cah Toa  Stand For??
Soh i n p p o s i t e y p 0 t e n u s e
CAH osine djacent ypotenuse
TOA angent pposite djacent
<ul><li>Ok, lets break it down. For Soh the “S” Stands for Sin the “o” is for opposite OVER the “h” which is hypotenuse.  ...
Moving On To Unit Circles!
Unit Circles have a radius of 1. Unit Circles are also in a x and y coordinate plain also known by cosine and sin. What ar...
<ul><li>By Using This Table You can Easily See the angles being used in the unit circle for the points.  </li></ul>
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Trig For Dummies By Danny

  1. 1. What On Earth Is Trigonometry?? &quot;Trig&quot; For Dummies! By: None Other Than Danny Gonzalez
  2. 2. Trigonometry Is the mathematics of triangles and trigonometric functions.
  3. 3. So What Does Soh Cah Toa Stand For??
  4. 4. Soh i n p p o s i t e y p 0 t e n u s e
  5. 5. CAH osine djacent ypotenuse
  6. 6. TOA angent pposite djacent
  7. 7. <ul><li>Ok, lets break it down. For Soh the “S” Stands for Sin the “o” is for opposite OVER the “h” which is hypotenuse. For Cah the “C” Stands for Cosine, the “a” is for adjacent OVER the “h” for hypotenuse. For Toa the “T” Stands for Tangent, the “o” is still opposite OVER the “a” for adjacent. </li></ul>I Still Don't Get It!
  8. 8. Moving On To Unit Circles!
  9. 9. Unit Circles have a radius of 1. Unit Circles are also in a x and y coordinate plain also known by cosine and sin. What are those numbers? These numbers stand for (CosΘ,SinΘ), Θ stands for degrees.
  10. 10. <ul><li>By Using This Table You can Easily See the angles being used in the unit circle for the points. </li></ul>

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