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

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From: Mercer Island, WA, USA/Lake Oswego, OR, USA
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Re: Geometric Methods of Calculating Trigonometric Funtions
Posted: May 9, 2009 2:07 PM
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Thank you Balevsky.

I figured there way an intuitive way to do this that did not require a calculator. That being said, this doesn't require calculus, and only the most basic of trig, algebra and geometry. This is exactly what I was looking for.

This math nerd gives you a double thumbs up. Now I simply need to get through that logic text and advanced trig to understand the thinking process that went into this. I am impressed. Thank you.

-Chris

-"The best answers always come from the greatest questions."



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