I've been reading about Wildberger's rational trigonometry and I'm willing to learn it. I'm wondering if it's usage is accepted in undergraduate mathematics courses. It seems there's a redefinition on some concepts of trigonometry which may impact some expected results. So, is it currently accepted in mathematics undergraduate courses or it's still only a proposal with some benefit?
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