yes they do
Architects use the Pythagorean theorem to check distances, heights, etc...that cant be measured
Architects use scientific notation to compute very large or very small numbers.
For navigational purposes
They use it to measure angles and lengths
to figure out stuff,they take a measuring cup and measure stuff
Trigonometry is used in many situations and jobs in life, including architects, surveyors, astronauts, physicists, engineers and even crime scene investigators. The latter use trigonometry for example to calculate a projectile's trajectory, to estimate what might have caused a collision in a car accident or how did an object fall down from somewhere (for example from a rooftop).
how can trigonometry use in metallurgy
One example of an astronomer's use of trigonometry is determining the distance to a star by triangulation.
architects use coordinate planes to graph where they want the rooms to be
Well, if Edward Cullen the bloodsucking vampire can use trigonometry. Then I am asuming farmers can as well.
Mechanics use trigonometry to find angles mostly used in body or chassis work.
The first recorded use of trigonometry came from the Hellenistic mathematician Hipparchus
An architect who designs a bridge would use trigonometry, among other mathematical techniques.