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AMU Math 111 college trigonomtery week 7 forum American Military University

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Topic FolderTopic 1: Trig Cheat Sheet


I just discovered this website: http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/

If you scroll down on that page, he has provided a link to a 4 page Trig Cheat Sheet that summarizes many of the relationships that we use in trigonometry. I am not fond of the unit circle (sheet 3) because I'd rather have you be able to calculate that on your own, but the rest seems helpful. What do you think?

Can you find any other websites that might help us in this class - especially through identities!



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(10-28-2015, 05:23 AM)trighelpneed Wrote:  Topic FolderTopic 1: Trig Cheat Sheet


I just discovered this website: http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/

If you scroll down on that page, he has provided a link to a 4 page Trig Cheat Sheet that summarizes many of the relationships that we use in trigonometry. I am not fond of the unit circle (sheet 3) because I'd rather have you be able to calculate that on your own, but the rest seems helpful. What do you think?

Can you find any other websites that might help us in this class - especially through identities!



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