Trigonometric Formulae

Trigonometric Formulae

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Introduction

Let’s consider a right-angled triangle. There are \(3\) sides, which are the Hypotenuse, the Opposite side and the Adjacent side. The longest side is known as the Hypotenuse, the side opposite to the angle is the Opposite side and the side where both hypotenuse and opposite side rests is the Adjacent side.

 

Trigonometric Functions

 

Complementary angles

 

Reciprocal Identities

 

Pythagorean Identities

 

Inverse trigonometric functions with their Range  values

 

Cofunction Identities

 

Sum and Difference Identities

 

Double Angle Identities

 

Half-angle identities

 

Heron’s Formula

The area of a triangle in terms of its semi-perimeter and side lengths can be written as

 

Sine Law

The sine law says that the sides of a triangle are proportional to the sines of the angles opposite to them.

 

Cosine Law

  
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