Trigonometry CalculatorThe Trigonometry calculator is used to determine the trigonometric functions of the input parameters. The first step of using the calculator is to select the trigonometric function. Some of them include Sin, Cos, Tan, Csc, Sec and many others. The next text field is where you will enter the input parameter. Choose the angle type and then click the ‘Calculate’ button. It is used to execute the conversions of the values and selected options in the respective text fields. The results will be displayed in the bottom platform of the calculator. The “X” button is used to reset the calculator when you want to perform new calculations.
Example 1What is the sin of 45°?
SolutionSelect the ‘Sin’ option and enter 45 in the blank text field and select degrees as the angle type. Click the ‘Calculate’ button to initiate the conversion.
The result will be displayed as; 0.70710678
The results in radians would be displayed as; 0.85090352
Example 2What is the Cos of 60°?
SolutionSelect the ‘Sin’ option and enter 60 in the blank text field and select degrees as the angle type. Click the ‘Calculate’ button to perform the calculation
The result will be displayed as; 0.8660254
If the angle type was in radians, the result would be; -0.30481062
If you want to perform new calculations or choose a different trigonometric function, you will use the ‘X’ button to erase all the previous data from the text fields. The Trigonometry calculator uses particular formulas in performing the calculations.
The Trigonometric FunctionsTan A = Opposite / Adjacent = a/b
Cos A = Adjacent / hypotenuse = b/c
Sin A = Opposite / adjacent = a/c
Cot A = Adjacent / opposite = b/a
Csc A = Hypotenuse / opposite =c/a
Sec A = Hypotenuse / adjacent =c/b