# Logarithmic, Trigonometric, and Other Mathematical Tables

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More importantly, if we know the measurement of one of the triangle's angles, and we then use a trigonometric function to determine the ratio of the lengths of two of the triangle's sides, and we happen to know the lengths of one of these sides in the ratio, we can then algebraically determine the length of the other one of these two sides. (i.e. if we determine that a / b = 2, and we know a = 6, then we deduce that b = 3.) Since there are three sides and two non-right angles in a right triangle, the trigonometric functions will need a way of specifying which sides are related to which angle. (It is not-so-useful to know that the ratio of the lengths of two sides equals 2 if we do not know which of the three sides we are talking about.

Pages: 132

Publisher: BiblioLife (October 3, 2009)

ISBN: 1115904426

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