Common Trigonometric Values

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What is Linear Speed?

Linear speed is how fast the arc of any given angle is growing. This is useful to determine the linear speed with the relationship to time. »

What is Angular Speed?

Angular speed is how fast the central angle changes in respect to time. Below you will see an angle that is changing by $\theta$ distance. With »

How to convert DMS into Degrees

The DMS system also referred to as Degree-Minutes-Seconds is a system that is typically used by surveying a position that requires longitude and latitude. In the »

What is the Tan(x) Function

The function tan(x) $$tan(x)=\frac { opposite }{ adjacent }$$ The inverse of the function $$tan(x)=\frac { adjacent }{ opposite }$$ Or you can also represent tan(x) »

What is the Cos(x) Function

The function cos(x) $$cos(x)=\frac { adjacent }{ hypotenuse }$$ The inverse of the function $$sec(x)=\frac { hypotenuse }{ adjacent }$$ »

What is the Sin(x) Function

The function sin(x) $$sin(x)=\frac { opposite }{ hypotenuse }$$ The inverse of the function $$csc(x)=\frac { hypotenuse }{ opposite }$$ »

How to Remember Sin(x), Cos(x), Tan(x)?

The follow triangle shows the relationships between $x$ and the relating sides. Soh $$sin(x)=\frac { opposite }{ hypotenuse }$$ Cah $$cos(x)=\frac { adjacent }{ hypotenuse }$$ Toa $$tan( »

What is a Radian?

A radian is a unit measurement of an angle. $$2\pi = 360°$$ $$\pi = 180°$$ $$1radian=(\frac { 180 }{ \pi } )\approx 57.3°$$ »

Understanding Trigonometry

This single one image shows you every single relationship from a triangle to a circle and the lines that join both of this shapes together. »

What is a hyperbola?

Hyperbola is a collection of all points in a plane, where the difference of the distance from two fixed points is the foci is a constant. »

What is an ellipse?

An ellipse is a collection of all points in a plane which the sum of two fixed points is called the foci a constant. Using the »

Equations of a parabolas graph Cheat Sheet

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What's a parabola?

A parabola is a collection of a all points in a plane that are the same distance from a fixed point as they are from a »

What are logarithmic functions?

When working with logarithmic equations think about each one as a representative of and exponential equation because it is it's inverse. Example: »