Math Handbook of Formulas Processes and Tricks Trigonometry pdf
Math Handbook of Formulas Processes and Tricks Trigonometry pdf : Pages 109
Prepared by : Earl L. Whitney
The answers to most of the questions below are inside this handbook, but are seldom taught.
Is there a method I can learn that will help me recall the key points on a unit circle without memorizing the unit circle?
What’s the fastest way to graph a Trig function?
Can I convert the sum of two trig functions to a product of trig functions? How about the other way around, changing a product to a sum?
Is there an easy way to calculate the area of a triangle if I am given its vertices as points on a Cartesian plane?
Don’t some of the Polar graphs in Chapter 9 look like they have been drawn with a Spirograph? Why is that?
A cycloid is both a brachistochrone and a tautochrone. What are these and why are they important? (you will have to look this one up, but it is well worth your time)
What is a vector cross product and how is it used?
How do the properties of vectors extend to 3 dimensions, where they really matter?