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### Ch04Sec02

Course: MATH 10, Fall 2009
School: Hudson VCC
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4 Chapter Trigonometric Functions Chris Reed 4.1 - Introduction The trigonometric functions have domains that are sets of real numbers, but the applications of trigonometry (hence forth called trig by me), often involve triangles and the angles of their vertices. We will begin by exploring the connection between angles and the set of real numbers. 4.1 - Vocabulary An angle consists of two rays, or...

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