Trigonometry Ratios of Special Angles

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rigonometric Ratios of Special Angles

We have already learnt that trigonometry is the study of relationships between the sides and angles of a triangle. The ratios of the sides in a right triangle with respect to its acute angles are called trigonometric ratios of the angle. The angles and are useful angles in trigonometry, and their numerical values are easy to remember. When two angles add up to 900, then any one angle is the complement of the other. Trigonometric ratios of complementary angles help in simplifying problems.

sin000, tan00, cot00, sec00, cosec00, trigonometric ratios of special angles, values of trigonometric ratios at 00 sin000, tan00, cot00, sec00, cosec00, trigonometric ratios of special angles, values of trigonometric ratios at 00

sin900, cos900, tan900, cot900, sec900, cosec900, trigonometric ratios of special angles, values of trigonometric ratios at 9006

sin450, cos450, tan450, cot450, sec450, cosec450, trigonometric ratios of special angles, values of trigonometric ratios at 450sin450, cos450, tan450, cot450, sec450, cosec450, trigonometric ratios of special angles, values of trigonometric ratios at 450

sin600, cos600, tan600, cot600, sec600, cosec600, trigonometric ratios of special angles, values of trigonometric ratios at 600sin600, cos600, tan600, cot600, sec600, cosec600, trigonometric ratios of special angles, values of trigonometric ratios at 600

sin300, cos300, tan300, cot300, sec300, cosec300, trigonometric ratios of special angles, values of trigonometric ratios at 300sin300, cos300, tan300, cot300, sec300, cosec300, trigonometric ratios of special angles, values of trigonometric ratios at 300

complementary angles, trigonometric ratios of complementary angles, sin(900 – θ) = cosθ, cos(900 – θ) = sinθ, tan(900 – θ) = cotθ, cot(900 – θ) = tanθ, sec(900 – θ) = cosecθ, cosec(900 – θ) = secθcomplementary angles, trigonometric ratios of complementary angles, sin(900 – θ) = cosθ, cos(900 – θ) =...
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