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sin(t)=cos(pi/2-t)
The identity
is easily proved by forming a rectangle using two identical right triangles. This Demonstration compares the curves
and
. The curves align when
.
Contributed by:
Jon Perry
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sin(t)=cos(pi/2-t)
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