Evaluating Sine and Cosine of Special Acute Angles
Videos, worksheets, solutions, and activities to help Algebra 2 students learn how to evaluate sine and cosine of special acute angles (given in radians).
Evaluating Sine and Cosine at Special Acute Angles
If you want to make your math life incredibly easier, memorize the sine and cosine values for pi/3, pi/4, and pi/6, as well as 0, pi/2, and pi. These values constantly reappear throughout Trigonometry and pre-Calculus problems and proofs. When evaluating sine, it is also useful to memorize the conversion from radians to degrees for these values; for example, to remember that pi/6 is equivalent to 30°.
PM12 - 3.4 Special Angles (Sine & Cosine) - part 1
PM12 - 3.4 Special Angles (Sine & Cosine) - part 2
Finding the special trig ratios for the quadrantal angles and 30, 45, and 60 degrees (radians as well)
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