i hope some of u will fin this useful
SIN, COS and TAN: if u dont know when or where to use these, then this will help u.
think of "CAH SOH TOA".
CAH stands for Cos=Adjacent over Hypotenuse
SOH stands for Sin=Opposite over Hypotenuse
TOA stands for Tan=Opposite over Adjacent
if u r unsure of knowing what kind of a line on a graph is positive or negative, thn this might help u: these are two lines going different directions-\ /
this line / looks like a fada in irish and is therefore positive
this line \ looks like hitler's salute and so it is negative.
i really do hope this works for u and if anyone else has more helpful tips pls share them.
I use SOH CAH TOA hahaha (CAH and SOH the other way round)
nice tips dude
"This line \ looks like Hitlers salute so its negative" Hahahahah
I use, Sin: Oh Hell Cos: Another Hour Tan: Of Algebra. The capital letters stand for Opposite, Adjacent, Hypotenuse. It works for me
Two old angels (Tan = o/a) sitting on high (Sin=o/h) chatting about heaven (Cos = a/h)
Some old hens
Cackle all hours
Till old age
I use: STUPID (sin)
silly old harry (SOH)
caught a herring (COS)
tim ate nothing (TAN)