One of the most common applications of trigonometry in everyday life is the use of triangulation to determine the height of buildings, mountains, trees and other very tall or distant objects. Similar trigonometric functi... More »

Vectors are used in everyday life to locate individuals and objects. They are also used to describe objects acting under the influence of an external force. More »

One application of trigonometry in the real world is determining the distance and location of faraway objects. This is useful in navigation and in surveying. Historically, trigonometry was also applied to determine the p... More »

Trigonometry has applications in a number of scientific fields, ranging from geography and astronomy to engineering and physics. One of the most important early real-life examples of trigonometry involved using the knowl... More »

Trigonometry is often used in real world applications, such as astronomy, architecture, engineering, music theory and geography. Trigonometry was originally developed for geography and astronomy. More »

The ancient Greeks were the first to develop the conceptual framework of trigonometry. The noted Greek astronomers Hipparchus, Menelaus and Ptolomy contributed in advancing the field. More »

In everyday life, biometrics is used as iris scanners in airports for security, as voice recognition devices in cars, to access buildings with fingerprints, gain access to vital details in blood banks and to record atten... More »