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Trigonometry

Trigonometry resources here.

Trig Reference Sheet

Trig_Cheat_Sheet (found at http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/cheat_table.aspx)

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10 cm Circle

10 cm Circle (make sure, when printing, to print full size) http://www.mathedpage.org/circle/circles/10cm-circle.pdf  

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Trigonometry: A Clever Study Guide (J Tanton)

Trigonometry: A Clever Study Guide is a book by James Tanton James Tanton (a very interesting mathematician interested in HS student understanding): Twitter: https://twitter.com/jamestanton http://gdaymath.com/ http://www.jamestanton.com/ MAA: http://www.maa.org/math-competitions/teachers/curriculum-inspirations YouTube: example (tetrahedron problem) 😉 James Tanton (PhD. Mathematics, Princeton University, 1994) is a research mathematician deeply interested in bridging the gap between the mathematics experienced by …

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Trig on GeoGebra

Rolling a Unit Circle Here’s a nice GeoGebra to see and think about radians. Rolling a unit circle. (https://ggbm.at/r6Ke6KjC)   Save Save

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Misc. Trig

Page for Miscellaneous Trigonometry Information Webpage How do you find exact values for the sine of all angles? (some via straightforward methods such as the sum, difference, and half-angle formulas — some by more obscure means)

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