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Trigonometry

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Selected answers to common questions:
DeMoivre's theorem.
Volume of a tank.
 Trig Equation [6/22/1996]

Solve for x: (cos(x))^2+(sin(x))^2 = (15*(cos(x))^2)/18)(1/2)
 Trig Function Domains [08/23/1999]

Which came first, trigonometry based on the simple triangle or
trigonometry based on the triangle of the unit circle?
 Trig functions [11/22/1994]

What is the definition of sine, and the other trig functions? I
understand how to get it, but why was it chosen to be like that? How come
all triangles have this property? Does it have something to do with the
fact they all have 180 degrees?
 Trig Functions [9/29/1996]

How do you know when to use sine, cosine, and tangent?
 Trig Functions in Forth [04/07/2003]

I am writing a program in the language Forth. I need to determine the
two missing angles in a right triangle...
 Trig Functions in Three Problems: Graphing, Solving, and Factoring [05/15/1998]

Graphing sin(x)  cos(x), solving sqrt(3)*cos(x) = sin(x), and factoring.
 Trig Functions of Angles Expressed in Degrees and Minutes [05/04/1998]

Using calculators to evaluate trigonometry functions of angles expressed
in degrees and minutes.
 Trig Functions, Reference Angles, and the Unit Circle [07/02/2004]

A discussion using the unit circle to show why sin(A) = sin(180  A)
and introducing other similar identities based on reference angles.
 Trig Identities [04/16/1999]

I have to prove that cos 36 (or sin 54) = (1+sqrt(5))/4.
 Trig Identities and Double Angles [01/04/1998]

Prove that sec2A + tan2A = cosA + sinA / cosA  sinA.
 Trig Identities Simplify a Challenging Integration [02/11/2005]

How would you integrate 1/[asin(theta) + bcos(theta)]^2 ?
 Trig Inverses: sin(arctan x) [11/04/2002]

We discussed inverses of trig functions, but when the teacher added an
x, I didn't understand.
 Trignometric Functions [5/31/1996]

I have to find the four missing trig functions...
 Trigonemetric Identities [02/11/2003]

I'm struggling with the concepts of compound angle formulas, products
of sums or differences, and multiple and half angles. Is there a
connection between these and all the trig identities?
 Trigonometric Equation [8/11/1995]

Solve {x : 2sin(3x1)+7 = 6.25, Pi<x<Pi}.
 Trigonometric Equation for a Sequence [04/03/2001]

I need an equation for the sequence 0, 0, 1, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0, 1, ... using
the sine or cosine function.
 Trigonometric Formulas [2/1/1996]

My question concerns trigonometric formulas. How do I show how the double
angle formulas are derived from the compound angle formulas?
 Trigonometric Functions and Complex Numbers [6/27/1995]

Is there a solution to the following equation? Sin(a) = 5, where a = x +
iy (complex value)
 Trigonometric Functions and Euler's Identity [04/10/1998]

We need to prove three trigonometric functions in various ways.
 Trigonometric Identiity [07/29/1999]

Prove arcsin(x)= arcsin(x).
 Trigonometric Identities [11/12/1997]

What is the best way to solve verification problems?
 Trigonometric Identities [12/10/1997]

How do you prove sin(t+s)sin(ts) = sin^2tsin^2s ?
 Trigonometric Identities [05/24/1999]

How can I simplify trigonometric identity problems such as sin^ 2(theta)
 1?
 Trigonometric Identity [02/12/1998]

Prove that sin 7x = 7(sin x)  56(sin x)^3 + 112(sin x)^5  (sin x)^7.
 Trigonometric Proofs [09/13/2004]

How do I prove that (sinA  sinB)/(cos A + cosB) = tan(A/2  B/2)?
 Trigonometry  Airport Word Problems [6/6/1996]

A plane is 120 miles north and 85 miles east of an airport.... When an
airplane leaves the runway, its angle of climb is 18 degrees and its
speed is 275 feet per second...
 Trigonometry and Complex Numbers [08/05/1998]

Simplify (sqrt 3  i)^7 into the form a + bi using DeMoivre's Theorem.
 Trigonometry and Music [12/21/1998]

How is trigonometry used in music?
 Trigonometry and Navigation [3/29/1995]

I have a research project to write about the uses of trigonometry in the
field of navigation.
 Trigonometry and Space Exploration [05/29/2002]

How does Trigonometry relate to space exploration?
 Trigonometry and Telescopes [12/15/2001]

How is trigonometry related to how reflector and refractor telescopes
work?
 Trigonometry and the Chain Rule [12/01/1998]

I need help differentiating expressions such as: y = 2 csc^3(sqrt(x)) and
y = x/2  (sin (2x))/4. Where does the chain rule fit in?
 Trigonometry and the Earth [07/13/1999]

A woman 6 ft. tall stands at the edge of the ocean. The radius of the
earth is 3960 miles. How far out can she see?
 Trigonometry by Hand [05/24/2002]

What formulas can I use to compute sines, cosines, tangents,
arcsines, arccosines, and arctangents without using tables or a
calculator?
 Trigonometry Equations [04/23/2003]

Solve, for 0 <= theta < 360, 3cos^2(theta)  2sin(theta) = 2, giving
solutions to 1 decimal place where appropriate.
 Trigonometry + Geometry [5/5/1996]

A right angle triangle is blocking a circle and is being blocked by
another circle...
 Trigonometry Identities [01/07/1997]

Verify the identity sin(x+y+z) = sinx cosy coxz + cosx siny cosz + cosx
cosy sinz  sinx siny sinz.
 Trigonometry Identities [07/30/1997]

I have a problem with these identities...
 Trigonometry Identity [02/20/1998]

Prove a*cos(A) + b*cos(B) + c*cos(C) = 4R*sin(A)*sin(B)*sin(C).
 Trigonometry, Logs and Map Projections [10/01/1997]

I am trying to figure out the inverse function used by the Mercator map
projection.
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