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Topic: Geometric Methods of Calculating Trigonometric Funtions
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Christopher M. Vanderwall-Brown

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Re: Geometric Methods of Calculating Trigonometric Funtions
Posted: Mar 3, 2009 3:32 AM
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Not to mention versed sine, coversed sine, haversed sine, hacoversed sine, and exsecant. All of which once were highly important but now trivial.

-Chris



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