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    Question Sin Cos Tan - learning

    Hello, I've been learning programming recently and elements of maths are coming into it and there are a few thing's that I could do with learning. Sin Cos Tan (Trigonometry) have come up along with a couple of other thing's that though I don't really understand I think I'm capable of.

    I was wondering if anyone could suggest any good resources or methods for learning these?

    Thanks!
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    Re: Sin Cos Tan - learning

    The old fashioned way of getting a (used is fine) pre-calculus book, reading it and doing the problems is certainly one way of accomplishing this. There may be books out there that come with answers.

    The web is also full of resources for teaching yourself math. Youtube seems to be full of pre-calculus course lectures.
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    Re: Sin Cos Tan - learning

    hey romsek - yeh I don't generally like learning from YouTube.... I think I'm just going to grab a Year 9 Maths book and pick through the trigonometry bits
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