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Illustrating Trigonometric Curves with the Unit Circle
Move the slider or the locator to draw the six trig functions. You can view the corresponding segments on the unit circle or the function values.
Contributed by:
Abby Brown
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Sine
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Cosine
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Tangent
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Cotangent
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Secant
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Cosecant
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Illustrating Trigonometric Curves with the Unit Circle
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http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/IllustratingTrigonometricCurvesWithTheUnitCircle/
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