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- How do I use the Pythagorean Theorem to calculate distance?
- What does SohCahToa mean, and how is it used to solve trigonometry problems?
- How can I use the Pythagorean Theorem and trigonometric functions together?
1. How to Solve Visualizing Geometry Problems
Visualizing geometry problems involves knowing the expected results, and identifying the important pieces of information to make sure all the mathematical details match the word problem. See several examples of how to solve these problems correctly.
2. How to Calculate the Volumes of Basic Shapes
The basic formula for volume is length * width * height and is necessary in geometry and the science of understanding mass in the form of basic shapes. Learn more about how to calculate the volumes of basic shapes and use the methodologies.
3. Finding Distance with the Pythagorean Theorem
The Pythagorean theorem outlines principles for right triangles, but it can also be used to calculate distance between points. Learn how this theorem is applied to practical examples of ice cream, skateboard ramps, and even the cliff-peak in 'The Lion King.'
4. Trigonometry: Sine and Cosine
Sine and cosine are basic trigonometric functions that are used to solve for the angles and sides of triangles. Review trigonometry concepts and learn about the mnemonic used for sine, cosine, and tangent functions.
5. Trigonometry and the Pythagorean Theorem
The SohCahToa and the Pythagorean Theorem are two rules for finding equations in trigonometry. Learn more about the definitions of the SohCahToa and the Pythagorean Theorem, understand how they work, and how to use them in calculus.
6. Trigonometric Functions: Definition & Examples
There are six main trigonometric functions. Understand the definition and the main trigonometric functions, explore real-world examples, and how to solve problems.
7. Disk Method in Calculus: Formula & Examples
In calculus, the disk method is used to calculate the volume of a solid of revolution using small cylinders or disks. Understand the formula of the disk method and learn how to use this method through the given examples.
8. The Geometry of Space: Definition, Uses, and Examples
Knowing the geometry of objects and things in the real world is a very useful skill. Architects use geometry to aid them in designing buildings and cities that work. Engineers use geometry to build working components in a bigger machine.
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