[ UK /tɹˌɪɡənˈɒmətɹi/ ]
  1. the mathematics of triangles and trigonometric functions
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How To Use trigonometry In A Sentence

  • The system allows students in some math courses, such as precalculus, trigonometry, calculus, statistics, finite math, and math for elementary teachers, to access the lab from the comfort of home. The Times-Journal: News
  • He studied a lot of mathematics in his own time including trigonometry, differential and integral calculus, and complex numbers long before he met these topics in his formal education.
  • He would have an easier time teaching them trigonometry than the triangle.
  • With an interest in trigonometry, mathematical instruments, astronomy, and geography, Regiomontanus was in a good position to give a lead.
  • Indians also added to our knowledge of even more complicated branches of mathematics such as trigonometry and calculus.
  • For all the differences between golf and most other spectator sports its sheer spaciousness and the special beauty of its artificial landscape, the extreme leisureliness of its rhythms, the demands on concentration, the brevity of its key actions, let alone their fierce intensities of gracefulness, accuracy, timing, trigonometry all those differences shrink beside the indices of money and fame, the two poles of success. 'A Short History of Celebrity'
  • Barrow: English theologian, scholar, and mathematician who wrote about trigonometry, optics, and papal supremacy.
  • In Treatise on the quadrilateral al-Tusi gave the first extant exposition of the whole system of plane and spherical trigonometry.
  • If you were a surveyor, you could measure angles and then use high-school trigonometry to calculate distances.
  • The term trigonometry was not used until the close of the sixteenth century. LearnHub Activities
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