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Sin and Cos of Complementary Angles

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Common Core (Geometry)
Common Core for Mathematics



Examples, solutions, videos and lessons to help High School students learn how to explain and use the relationship between the sine and cosine of complementary angles.

sin θ = cos(90 - θ)

Common Core: HSG-SRT.C.7

The following diagram shows the Complementary Angle Theorem. Scroll down the page for more examples and solutions using the Complementary Angle Theorem.

Complementary Angle Theorem

Sine and Cosine Relationships of Complementary angles
Cofunctions
Sine and Cosine of complementary angles are congruent.
Complementary Angle Theorem



Complementary Angles with Trig Ratios
Complementary angles in trigonometry.
Complementary angles in trigonometry Cofunctions of Complementary Angles Cofunction Identities
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