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The study of angles and of the angular relationships of planar and three-dimensional figures is known as

**trigonometry**. The trigonometric functions (also called the circular ...**Trigonometry**

The angles mpi/n (with m,n integers) for which the trigonometric functions may be expressed in terms of finite root extraction of real numbers are limited to values of m ...

cos(pi/(12)) = 1/4(sqrt(6)+sqrt(2)) (1) cos((5pi)/(12)) = 1/4(sqrt(6)-sqrt(2)) (2) cot(pi/(12)) = 2+sqrt(3) (3) cot((5pi)/(12)) = 2-sqrt(3) (4) csc(pi/(12)) = sqrt(6)+sqrt(2) ...

Construction of the angle pi/4=45 degrees produces an isosceles right triangle. Since the sides are equal, sin^2theta+cos^2theta=2sin^2theta=1, (1) so solving for ...

Let a spherical triangle be drawn on the surface of a sphere of radius R, centered at a point O=(0,0,0), with vertices A, B, and C. The vectors from the center of the sphere ...

cos(pi/(15)) = 1/8(sqrt(30+6sqrt(5))+sqrt(5)-1) (1) cos((2pi)/(15)) = 1/8(sqrt(30-6sqrt(5))+sqrt(5)+1) (2) cos((4pi)/(15)) = 1/8(sqrt(30+6sqrt(5))-sqrt(5)+1) (3) ...

By the definition of the functions of

**trigonometry**, the sine of pi is equal to the y-coordinate of the point with polar coordinates (r,theta)=(1,pi), giving sinpi=0. ...cos(pi/(10)) = 1/4sqrt(10+2sqrt(5)) (1) cos((3pi)/(10)) = 1/4sqrt(10-2sqrt(5)) (2) cot(pi/(10)) = sqrt(5+2sqrt(5)) (3) cot((3pi)/(10)) = sqrt(5-2sqrt(5)) (4) csc(pi/(10)) = ...

cos(pi/(16)) = 1/2sqrt(2+sqrt(2+sqrt(2))) (1) cos((3pi)/(16)) = 1/2sqrt(2+sqrt(2-sqrt(2))) (2) cos((5pi)/(16)) = 1/2sqrt(2-sqrt(2-sqrt(2))) (3) cos((7pi)/(16)) = ...

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