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 Trigonometry animations and java applets: overview related subject: Trigonometry calculators AnimatedGraph shows the graph of a function that can depend on a parameter. The applet can animate the graph by displaying it for a sequence of parameter values Spherical trigonometry Trigonometric and inverse trigonometric function gallery Trigonometrical Functions y = A sin ( wt + phi ), y = A cos ( wt + phi ), y = A tan ( wt + phi ) Trigonometric functions sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, secans and cosecans Trigonometric functions sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, secans and cosecans Trigonometry sine, cosine, partitions, polar equations, complex numbers, matrix operations, parametic curve Trigonometry graph of y=sin ax, graph of y=sin x + cos x, sin(A+B), a sin x + b cos x, law of cosines, law of Sines, Fourier series, graph of y=A sin (Bx+C), graph of y=cos x Trigonometry Trigonometry animations Unit Circle Applet Find Sin, Cos, Tan, Cosec, Sec, and Cotan for any angle on the unit circle, radians and degrees Horizontaal Trigonometry: topics Common Angles in a Circle Cosine function box Cosine Function f(x) = a*cos(bx + c) + d Derivatives of trigonometric functions trigonometric functions Fourier series Graph of y=sin x Graph of y=sin ax Graph of y=sin x + cos x Graph of y=cos x Graph of y=A sin (Bx+C) + D Graph of y=A sin (Bx+C) + D down? Graph of y=A sin (Bx-C) Graph of y=tg x Graph of Y = a sin x + b cos x the figure shows the idea of constructing the function; y = a sin x + b cos x Graph of Y = a + b sin c(x - d) Graph of y = a sin[b (x − c)] + d Graphs of sin, cos and tan graphs of elementary trigonometric functions, also some graphs of some exponential and logarithm functions Inverse trigonometric functions Inverse trigonometric functions this applet below illustrates the relationship between a trigonometric function and its inverse Polar coordinates the applet Polar coordinates illustrates the definition of the simplest curvilinear coordinate system Secant Function f(x) = a*sec(bx+c)+d SimpleGraph configureable applet that shows the graph of a function and, optionally, marks a point on the graph. If there is a point, then the user can control its x-coordinate either by adjusting a slider at the bottom of the applet or by entering the x-coordinate in an input box Sine Function f (x) = a*sin (bx + c) Sines law the law of sines is the relationship between sides and angles in any triangle Sine, cosine and tangent of an angle Sin(A+B) sin(A+B)=sin A cos B + cos A sin B; sin(A-B)=sin A cos B - cos A sin B; cos(A+B)=cos A cos B - sin A sin B; cos(A-B)=cos A cos B + sin A sin B Tangent Function f(x) = a*tan(bx+c)+d Six trigonometry functions TRANSFORMATIONS OF THE SINE AND COSINE FUNCTIONS Triangle and law of sines Trigonometry and Music Using a protractor demonstrating the use of a protractor Home | Site Map | Email: support[at]karadimov.info Last updated on: 2011-01-02 | Copyright © 2011-2021 Educypedia.