The Beginner’s Guide to Trigonometry

 



 

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The Beginner’s Guide to Trigonometry (including the source code) by Lois Lindemann is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales License.

(I’ll be posting a list of links to individual files/pages shortly.)

 

5 comments to The Beginner’s Guide to Trigonometry

  • Nim

    Thank you for this it was very helpful but may I suggest just using simpler words. My only real problem is that you didn’t make it longer!!!!

  • melvin g

    Numbers are the Supreme Court of science. However Godel proved that we may not prove everything. Science needs numbers. There must be Science and Physics Foibles!!

  • ada

    This was helpful. May I suggest that you make it longer, adding more trigonometry problems. Thank you!!!

  • Babbage

    There’s a typo – “sentence” is misspelled repeatedly. Also, should there be an explanation to link the concepts of sides of the triangle with Sin Cos and Tan? It’s quite a large leap!

    • Lois Lindemann

      Thank you for the feedback. The site has been on the back burner for a while, but I’m hoping to get back to working on it this summer. I will be aiming to rework the beginner’s guide to trigonometry at that point.

      Lois

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