Unit circle trigonometry

Unlock the secrets of trigonometry with a comprehensive guide to the unit circle. Learn how to apply trigonometric functions and solve complex problems with ease.
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Circular Functions!

What is Circular Function? A Circular function can be defined in terms of an arc length and the coordinates of the terminal point of the arc on the unit circle. In this topic, we'll focus on studying its 3 basic Circular Functions which are Sine (Sin), Cosine (Cos), and Tangent (Tan) functions, and their Reciprocal Functions which are Cosecant (Csc), Secant (Sec), and Cotangent (Cot) functions.This is the image of the Unit Circle with angles in degree, radian measure, and their corresponding…

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What is the unit circle? | Socratic

See description below. In mathematics, a unit circle is a circle with a radius of one. In trigonometry, the unit circle is the circle of radius one centered at the origin (0, 0) in the Cartesian coordinate system in the Euclidean plane. The point of the unit circle is that it makes other parts of the mathematics easier and neater. For instance, in the unit circle, for any angle θ, the trig values for sine and cosine are clearly nothing more than sin(θ) = y and cos(θ) = x. ... Certain angles…

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