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1. Trigonometry (Zobel)
Provides definitions and graphs of trigonomic functions. Includes an animation of sin(x). 4-00

2. Trigonometry Resources (Math Forum)

3. Trigonometry - Formulas for Triangles (Levy)
Provides formulas and diagrams for triangles. 10-09

4. Trigonometry Functions - History (University of St. Andrews, Scotland)
Provides a history of trigonometry functions and the mathematicians behind their discovery. 4-00

5. Trigonometry - Solving a Right Triangle (WebMath)
Provides a lesson and the missing information when you fill in portions of the problem. 2-04

6. Trigonometry - Solving Right Triangles (Clark University - Joyce)
Provides an explanation and problems for solving right triangles. Includes answers. 4-00

7. Trigonometry - Basic Course (Clark University - Joyce)
Provides explanations, diagrams, problems, and answers for basic trigonometry concepts and problems. 4-00

8. Trigonometry Resources (Fife and Husch)
Provides nearly three dozen sources on trigonometry. 5-00

10. Trigonometry Basics (Thinkquest Team 20991)
Provides basic trigonometry tutorials for ratios, rotations, radians, graphs and graphing, cofunctions, Pythagorean, quotient identities, cosine, sine, tangent, and double identities. Also includes proving identities. 5-00

11. Trigonometry Identities (Thinkquest Team 20991)
Provides examples to teach about cosine, sine, tangent, and double identities, as well as proving identities. Also includes a quiz. 5-00

12. Trigonometry - Equations and Triangles (Thinkquest Team 20991)
Provides examples of inverse trigonometry ratios, trigonometry equations, triangles, and laws of sines and cosines. Also includes a quiz. 5-00

13. Trigonometry Explained (Columbia Encyclopedia)
Explains the basics of trigonometry for advanced students. 5-00

14. Trigonometry Basics - Problems and Solutions (WebMath)
Provides solutions and answers to basic problems in trigonometry, including Right Angle Relationships, Graphing Trig Functions, Simplifying Trig Functions, and Polar Graphs. 2-04

15. Trigonometry Basics (Kelly)
Provides an introduction and formulas for solving basic trigonometry problems. Includes Definitions and basics, Trigonometric circle and angles, Trigonometric numbers of a real number t, Basic formulas, Related values, Supplementary values, Complementary values, Opposite values, Anti supplementary values, The right-angled triangle, Area of a triangle, Sine rule, Homogeneous expression in a, b and c, Cosine rule, Trigonometric functions, The sine function, The cosine function, The tangent function, The cotangent function, Inverse Trigonometric Functions, The arcsin function, The arccos function, The arctan function, The arccot function, Sum formulas, cos(u - v), cos(u + v), sin(u - v), sin(u + v), tan(u + v), tan(u - v), sin(2u), cos(2u), tan(2u), Carnot formulas, t-formulas, Special values, pi/3, pi/4, pi/6, Trigonometric equations, Base equations, cos(u) = cos(v), sin(u) = sin(v), tan(u) = tan(v), cot(u) = cot(v), Reducing to base equations, Using an additional unknown, Using factorization, The equation a.sin(u)+b.cos(u) = c, Homogeneous equations, and Calculations with inverse trigonometric functions. 6-01

16. Trigonometry - More Advanced (S.O.S. Mathematics)
Provides problems and solutions. 6-01

17. Trigonometry (Math Forum)
Provides sources of lessons.

18. Trigonometry Basics (Thinkquest Team 20991)
Provides basic trigonometry tutorials for ratios, rotations, radians, graphs and graphing, cofunctions, Pythagorean, quotient identities, cosine, sine, tangent, and double identities. Also includes proving identities. 5-00

19. Trigonometry (Wikipedia.org)
"Trigonometry (Greek: 'the measure of triangles') is a branch of mathematics dealing with angles, triangles and trigonometric functions such as sine and cosine. It has some relationship to geometry, though there is disagreement on exactly what that relationship is; for some, trigonometry is just a subtopic of geometry."

Includes Angle, Angle excess, Gudermannian function, Law of cosines, Law of sines, Law of tangents, List of trigonometry topics, Radian, Spherical trigonometry, Tangent half-angle formula, Trigonometric function, Trigonometric identity, Trigonometric rational function, Uses of trigonometry, and Versine. 10-04

20. Spherical Trigonometry (University of Cambridge - Eagleton)
"One of the primary concerns in astronomy throughout history was the positioning of the heavenly bodies, for which spherical trigonometry was required. The diagrams below show trihedrals, polyhedra with triangular sides. For astronomy, V is the position of the observer, and PQR are points on a sphere centred at V, the celestial sphere." 8-05

21. Trigonometry (Schooltube.com)
Teachers provide tutorials on videos. 09-12

22. -Trigonometry (Awesome Library)
Provides lessons, worksheets, introductory materials, and more.

23. Grade 07 Math Standards (NCTM)
Includes Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry, Estimation, Probability and Statistics, and more. 5-02

24. Math Lessons (Awesome Library)
Provides lessons, worksheets, and activities. 6-00

25. Calculus Derivatives and Interals (Calc101.com)
Provides problems and solutions, by topic. Under derivatives, it includes the Product Rule, the Quotient Rule, and the Chain Rule. Under integrals, it includes Substitution, Integration by Parts, Trigonometry Powers, Trig Products, Multiple Angles, Trig Substitutions, Trig Rationals, Partial Fractions, and Using Reduction Formulas. 8-02

26. Problems and Solutions (eMathematics.net)
Provides problems, explanations, and solutions. 10-09

27. Boy Genius With Asperger's Syndrome Has Higher IQ than Einstein (ParentDish.com)
"Jacob, called " 'Jake,' her then 3-year-old, had recently stopped talking and had been diagnosed with autism. One day, she dropped him off at a gymnastics class, and, when she returned to pick him up, Barnett, 36, says she found all the other students sitting in a circle, while Jake was curled up and cowering in a corner."

"When Jake was 8, he jumped from fifth grade to college after teaching himself all the high school math classes -- calculus, algebra, geometry and trigonometry -- in one week and testing at college-level mathematics, Barnett recalls."

"Recently, the boy has embarked on his own expanded version of Einstein's theory of relativity. Barnett sent a video of his theory to the renowned Institute for Advanced Study near Princeton University." 04-11