Graphing Trigonometric Functions?
First, construct a Table of Values Using Microsoft Excel. Second, enter a Formula to convert Degrees to Radians. Next, find the Sine Ratio for the Radians in Column B. Then, use 'Chart Wizard' in Excel to Graph.
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It's all good. I'm weird and want to learn everything the old way first. All the teachers at my school are insistant on the calculators or slide rules. I found a trig chart from degree 1 to 90, but it doesnt have the decimal degrees in it like 35.4 degrees.
Man, I don't know how to do it without a calculator. :/ Sorry. All I know is the standard ratios are: Ө___sincos__ tan 30°__1/2√3/21/v3 60°√3/21/2√3 45°1/√21/√2__1
Yeah, only without a calculator too. I gotta go to creative writting in about 15 minutes, but that class should be done by 12 30 tops.
Uhm... Anyway I could do that on lined paper? I'm virtually computer illiterate...