
Ngonometry
Posted:
Apr 30, 2013 6:27 PM


Trigonometry is regularly known as the development of the sine and cosine as functions of side lengths of triangles/trilaterals in Euclidean geometry. Sine and cosine as orthogonal functions see many applications in differential analysis and the mathematics of infinite series as approximations and representations. The sine and cosine can also be diagrammed from the evolution of the points of a vertex of an unhinged triangle. Generalizing this to other ngons, there is to be developed a general theory of an ngonometry as rotograph or rotogram, then the development of functional systems with corresponding identities and relations.
Ideas....
Regards,
Ross Finlayson

