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During the 1930s the new deal legislation was proposed by president Franklin Roosevelt to bring the US out of the great depression

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Protection from foreign enemies is established in the Constitutional promise to provide for what

The sharing of ideas and experimental findings with others

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What are the angles in trigonometry?

Angles in trigonometry are the same as any other angles. They are a measure of the separation between two lines which meet at a point.


Is tangent in geometry and tangent in trigonometry same?

Yes a tangent is a straight line thattouches a curve at only one point But there is a tangent ratio used in trigonometry


What are the 2 branches of trigonometry?

plane trigonometry spherical trigonometry


What are the kinds of trigonometry?

The main kinds are plane trigonometry and solid trigonometry. The latter will include trigonometry in hyper-spaces.


How do you figure out the bearing point in trigonometry in math?

You find the angle with a fixed direction using trigonometry. You then convert it to an angle measured in degrees, clockwise from North, and written as a three digit number.


What is angles in trigonometry?

An angle comprises two straight line segments or rays together with the point at which they meet.


Who is the father of trigonometry?

Hipparchus is the father of trigonometry.


What is .8660 in trigonometry?

It is a number - in trigonometry or elsewhere.


What is the abbreviation or full form of trigonometry?

TRIGONOMETRY


How is trigonometry applied?

Trigonometry is applied in construction and building, as trigonometry measures right angled triangles.


What is the definition of plane trigonometry?

Plane trigonometry is trigonometry carried out in (on) a plane. This could be contrasted with spherical trigonometry, which is trigonometry carried out on the surface of a sphere. Certainly there are some other more complex forms of trig.


Who are the founders of trigonometry?

Hipparchus of Nicaea

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