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Sine and Cosine in 3D
Why do the sine and cosine graphs look the way they do? To see, vary the angle uniformly with time and plot the height of the triangle formed on the wall and the width on the floor.
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Brian Burns
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A Sine/Cosine Identity
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Relationship of Sine and Cosine to the Unit Circle
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Spinning Out Sine and Cosine
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Brian Burns
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Sine and Cosine in 3D
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http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/SineAndCosineIn3D/
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Published: November 27, 2012
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