This is an old one The squaw on the hippopotamus is equal to the sum of the squaws on the other two hides. It is the only trigonometry joke punchline I know
Opposite side over Adjacent side, or sine/cosine
Trigonometry is basically formula's to help you find out unknown sides and angles of a triangle. Surveying is measuring land. But as not all land is equal so these formula's are used to help.
Yes. 'sin2x + cos2x = 1' is one of the most basic identities in trigonometry.
Archaeologists use Trigonometry to divide up the excavation sites properly into equal areas of work. They can also use it to help them identify different tools used by the civilization are they are excavating. They can also use it to measure the distance from underground water systems near their dig site.
It was in the science of trigonometry that Pythagoras' theorem states that for any right angle triangle that when its hypotenuse is squared that it is equal to the sum of its squared sides.
That's definitely not trigonometry. A trigonometry problem involves relations between angles and lengths. If the monthly payment is 600, it would seem that in 8 months (for example), you would simply have to multiply 8 x 600.
This is a function. Functions are used in trigonometry and algebra equations. They are also used in calculus to find out a series of numbers.
Using trigonometry it is 44.76*sin(35 degrees) = 25.673 feet to 3 decimal places
If you mean angle A is 54 degrees and side b is 13 and side c is 9 then by using the cosine rule in trigonometry side 'a' which is the 3rd side works out as 10.605 units rounded to three decimal places.