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DavidAlyy@TechForText.com, Â© 2010 
Section 1 
The Multiple
Trigonometric Calculator By DavidAlyy@TechForText.com 
The
hypotenuse C, calculated with
trigonometry 
Section 
This gray
section has the six basic trigonometric functions 

The three
functions below are reciprocals of the functions on the left. 
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b^{2}[Tan(A)] 
= 

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Section 

The
four formulas in this orange section can be used to calculate the
Perimeter to Area Ratio of a right triangle 


2( 1+[Cot(A)]+[Csc(A)]
) 
= 

Section 

The
four formulas in this brown section can be used to calculate the Area to
Perimeter Ratio of a right triangle. These formulas are
reciprocals of the formulas in the orange section. 


a[Cot(A)] 
= 

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Tan(A)^{2} 
= 

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Angle A
(Degrees) = 

Angle B
(Degrees) = 


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Angle B
(Degrees) = 

Brackets,
[ ] are used on this 

a[CSC(A)] = 

2 
SIN(A) = 
a 
= 

= 

Reciprocals 
CSC(A) = 
c 
= 

= 

3 

The
four formulas in this black section can be used to calculate the area of a
right triangle. The calculated area displayed is for the red
triangle, based on the numbers you entered in the two pink boxes.



2 
4 

The
four formulas in this violet section can be used to calculate the
perimeter of a right triangle. 



5 



a[Cot(A)] 
6 



2( 1+[Cot(A)]+[Csc(A)]
) 
7 
This pink
section has trigonometric identities. 
SIN(A)= 
Tan(A) 
= 



Sec(A)^{2} 
8 
Angle A, in Radians =


Angle B in Radians = 


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The length of
hypotenuse C, calculated 

c 


a 











a( 1+[Cot(A)]+[Csc(A)] )
= 



























Sec(A) 








Sin(A) = 

Sin(B)= 

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below, with the
Pythagorean Theorem 

The values for
the functions are based on the numbers you entered in the pink boxes. 











C^{2}[Sin(A)Cos(A)] 
= 










The
calculation below does not involve trigonometry. However, the
other three formulas in this blue section are based on trigonometry. 


2( 1+[Tan(A)]+[Sec(A)]
) 
= 



The
calculation below does not involve trigonometry. However, the
other three formulas in this brown section are based on
trigonometry. 


b[Tan(A)] 
= 


(Sin(A))^{2} 
= 



Sin(A) 
= 



Cot(A)^{2} 
= 


Cos(A) = 

Cos(B) = 

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COS(A)= 
b 
= 

= 

Reciprocals 
Sec(A) = 
c 
= 

= 



The
calculation below does not involve trigonometry. However, the other three
formulas in this section are based on trigonometry. 


2 


The
calculation below does not involve trigonometry, but, the other three
formulas in this violet section are based on trigonometry.


b( 1+[Tan(A)]+[Sec(A)] )
= 








b[Tan(A)] 




2( 1+[Tan(A)]+[Sec(A)]
) 














CSC(A)^{2} 

Tan(A)= 

Tan(B) = 

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This is a right
Triangle 

Angle A = 


The length of
the adjacent leg b, 

c 


b 















2(a+b+c) 
= 









ab 
= 








(Cos(A))^{2} 
= 


Cos(A) = 
Cot(A) 
= 









Cot(A) = 

Cot(B) = 

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Adjacent Leg 
Angle A is in
Degrees 

calculated,
below with trigonometry 
















ab 
= 



a^{2}[Cot(A) ] 
= 



a+b+c = 


C(1+[Sin(A)]+[Cos(A)] )
= 



ab 


2(1+[Sin(A)]+[Cos(A)] )

= 



2(a+b+c) 


C[Sin(A)Cos(A)] 
= 









CSC(A) 


Tan(A)^{2} 
+ 
Cot(A)^{2} 
= 


Sec(A)= 

Sec(B) = 

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Adjacent Leg = 

a[cot(A)]= 


Tan(A) = 
a 
= 

= 

Reciprocals 
Cot(A) = 
b 
= 

= 



2 


2 














C[Sin(A)Cos(A)] 








2(1+[Sin(A)]+[Cos(A)] )


(Sin(A))^{2} + (Cos(A))^{2 }=




Cos(A) = 



Sec(A)^{2} 
CSC(A)^{2} 

Csc(A) = 

Csc(B) = 

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b 


a 






























































Above are the
values of the trigonometric functions of angles A and B, from the right
triangle on the beginning of this webpage. The values are
calculated from the numbers you entered in the two pink boxes. 

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