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From: michael saad <michaelsaad@one.net.au>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2000120400:33:44
Subject: Re: The Story of Sohcahtoa


yeah i do 


sohcahtoa is an abreviation of several "words" put together..

soh alludes to sin = opposite /hypotenuse

cah alludes to cos = adjacent/hypotenuse 

toa alludes to tan = opposite/adjacent 


ofcourse the term sin = opposite/hypotuse is really sin (angle)
=opposite/hypotenuse

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