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Q: What is the Contribution of hipparchus to trigonometry?

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Bartholomaeus Pitiscus is best known for his book called Trigonometria which was first published in Heidelburg in 1595. It consists of work on plane and spherical trigonometry. The book had the first recorded mention of the word "trigonometry".

It is a number - in trigonometry or elsewhere.

Trigonometry is used effectively in electronics.

There is no single law in trigonometry so the question makes no sense.

SoH: used for finding the sine of a triangle in trigonometry: Opposite/HypotenuseCaH: used for finding the cosine of a triangle in trigonometry: Adjacent/HypotenuseToA: used for finding the tangent of a triangle in trigonometry: Opposite/Adjacent

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