The law of sines states that, for any given triangle, the ratio of the length of a side divided by the sine of the opposite angle is equal to the same ratio of the other two sides and angles. The law of sines is part of ... More »

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A sine bar is a hardened steel bar set on two cylinders whose centers are an exact distance apart. They are used by machinists in setting materials at precise angles during milling, grinding and inspection. More »

In math, the sine of an angle is defined as the length of the side of a right triangle opposite the acute angle divided by the length of the hypotenuse. The lengths of these sides can be determined through the Pythagorea... More »

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The trigonometric functions sine, cosine and tangent calculate the ratio of two sides in a right triangle when given an angle in that triangle. To find the cosine of angle pi, you need graph paper. More »

The basic trigonometric functions sine, cosine, and tangent give the ratio between two sides of a triangle with a given angle. The inverse trig functions find the angle if the ratio is known. Finding the inverse cosine o... More »

The law of sines and law of cosines are two different equations relating the measure of the angles of a triangle to the length of the sides. The laws apply to any triangle, not just right-angled triangles. More »

Evaluating sin(arc-tan x) is a simple process that involves two steps: using a right-angled triangle to label the two sides and the angle in question, which is x, and using the Pythagoras theorem to calculate the remaini... More »

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