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Trigonometry For Dummies, 2nd Edition by Mary Jane Sterling

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Part VI

The Part of Tens

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webextras.eps For a list of ten ways to compute trig functions without trig functions, head to www.dummies.com/extras/trigonometry.

In this part…

  • Create alternate versions of the basic trig identities.
  • Look at some not-so-simple identities that can be useful in science applications.
  • Take Pythagoras to another level with new versions of the identities.
  • Change sums to products and products to sums.

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