Basic Trigonometry for Beginners

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\[\sin ^{2}\theta+\cos ^{2}\theta=1\] \[\sec ^{2}\theta=1+\tan ^{2}\theta \] \[cose ^{2}\theta=1+\cot ^{2}\theta\] \[ \frac{ \sin \theta }{ \cos \theta }= \tan \theta \]
Application of Algebraic Signs to Trigonometry |dw:1440234352469:dw|
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about 12 parts coming in... stay tuned.... :D
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even i have a tutorial on trigonometry well done :) check my tutorial too : Trigonometry Basic http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/553f1223e4b061e2642b5eb6 :) well done. We need more users like you :)
\(\Huge\color{red}{For~more~info} \) CHECK @rvc 's tutorial GUYz http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/553f1223e4b061e2642b5eb6 And stay tuned will upload a new tutorial in coming days.....
cose ---> csc :) confusion between cos and cose :p just saying looking forward to see more!!!
I believe that @zepdrix made a better and very informative tutorial over some trigonometry concepts that I found very useful. Might want to check it out :)
Thanks!! And keep it up!!|dw:1440261230920:dw|
omg those animations are awesome @amilapsn !
yup
@freckles @arindameducationusc lol I haven't made them. Those are gifs :-)
gifts? who gave you? and how did you post? @amilapsn
Not gifts.... "gif"s.... It's a type of images that are animated.....
okay, now got it..... from which website @amilapsn ?
let me try....
how did you post it directly? @amilapsn
Ganeshie's extention buddy :-)
|dw:1440840559624:dw| did it! Thanks to @Astrophysics

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