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Trigonometric functions (both geometric and circular), relationships between lengths and angles in triangles, and other topics relating to measuring triangles.

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### how to find mid point of an arc?

I have start point $(x_1,y_1)$ and an end point $(x_2,y_2)$ and radius of arc. How to calculate the co-ordinates of mid-poing of arc? The arc is the part of a circle. Known Values ...
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### Limit of $\dfrac{\tan^{-1}(\sin^{-1}(x))-\sin^{-1}(\tan^{-1}(x))}{\tan(\sin(x))-\sin(\tan(x))}$ as $x \rightarrow 0$

Find $\lim_{x \to 0} \dfrac{\tan^{-1}(\sin^{-1}(x))-\sin^{-1}(\tan^{-1}(x))}{\tan(\sin(x))-\sin(\tan(x))}$ I came across this limit a long time ago and could easily obtain a straightforward solution ...
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### $X=(1 + \tan 1^{\circ})(1 + \tan 2^{\circ})(1 + \tan 3^{\circ})\ldots(1 + \tan {45}^{\circ})$. what is the value of X? [duplicate]

$$X=(1 + \tan 1^{\circ})(1 + \tan 2^{\circ})(1 + \tan 3^{\circ})\ldots(1 + \tan {45}^{\circ})$$ $$\tan(90-\theta)=\cot\theta=\frac{1}{\tan\theta}$$
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### Calculate coordinate of any point on triangle in 3D plane

I am really stuck and can't find right way to write a formula(s) that will calculate Z coordinate of point on triangle plane in 3D plane. I know all coordinates of triangle points ( Ax, Ay, Az, Bx, ...
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### At large times, $\sin(\omega t)$ tends to zero?

While doing a calculation in quantum mechanics, I got a expression $\sin(\omega t)$, and my prof said if I consider the consider at large times, then i can assume that this goes to zero because at ...
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### Equilateral Triangle Problem With Trig

I have an Equilateral triangle with unknown side $a$. The next thing I do is to make a random point inside the triangle P. The distance $|AP|=3 cm, |BP|=4 cm, |CP|=5 cm.$ What is the area of the ...
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### Simulating simultaneous rotation of an object about a fixed origin given limited resources.

Sorry if the title is a bit cryptic. It's the best I could come up with. First of all, this question is related to another question I posted here, but that question wasn't posed correctly and ended ...
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### Find the Outgoing Edge with the Smallest Angles, Given one Incident Edges and Multiple Outgoing Edges

I have one incident edges and multiple outgoing Edges, for which I want to pick an outgoing edge such that the angles between the outgoing edge and the incoming edge is the smallest of all. We know ...
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### Wedge Product Formula For Sine. Analogous Formula Generalizing Cosine to Higher Dimensions?

So I was day dreaming about linear algebra today (in a class which had nothing to do with linear algebra), when I stumbled across an interesting relationship. I was thinking about how determinants are ...
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### why is the square of this matrix with sin and cos equal to the identity matrix?

I have a question about why the square of the matrix Q, below, is equal to the identity matrix. Q = cos X -sin X sin X cos X My knowledge of ...
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### We have angle=arctan(dy/dx), but what happens when dx=0?

Here is a formula: $\text{angle}=\arctan(dy/dx)$. I can find an angle with my calculator for any value except $dx=0$. My question is: is there no angle or, is there something that says when $dx=0$ ...
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### Proof of trigonometric identity $\sin(A+B)=\sin A\cos B + \cos A\sin B$

All the proofs I've seen are geometrical, assuming that $A+B$ is less than $90$ degrees. How can you prove this identity for $A+B$ greater than $90$ degrees, or more generally, any arbitrary value?
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### Why does tan(t) touch the unit circle at (1,0)?

I can't get my head around this, any help would be very much appreciated. Thanks EDIT: t is an angle, where 0 < t < 90, angle t is in degrees EDIT: Added a picture I lifted from google
### Relation between $\sin(t)$($\cos(t)$) and $\sin(at)$ ($\cos(at)$) when both are rational
This question relates to Parametric equations where sin(t) and cos(t) must be rational. Suppose it is given that $\cos(t)$ and $\sin(t)$ are both rational and also $\cos(at)$ and $\sin(at)$, where $a$...
### Find a formula relating $\arcsin (x)$ and $\arccos (x)$ [duplicate]
From the formula $\sin(\frac{\pi}{2}-x)=\cos x$, find a formula relating $\arcsin (x)$ and $\arccos (x)$. I have no idea where to start.