Trigonometry – Introduction to Trigonometry Vocabulary

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Trigonometry – Introduction to Trigonometry Vocabulary Heron's Formula square root: s (s-a)(s-b)(s-c) Vector directed line segment Directed Line segment Vector Standard Position tail of vector at origin Magnitude length or norm square root: v1 squared +V2 squared Direction Angle tan thea= y/x Scalar number multiplied by components Components coordinates for head of vector at standard position
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Unformatted text preview: Horizontal and Vertical Component rcosthea, rsin thea Trigonometric Form rcos thea, rsin thea Unit Vector a vector 1 unit in length Norm magnitude length Dot product U1 +V1 x U2+V2 Orthogonal perpendicular Included Angle angle between 2 vectors Projection vector U x vector V/ (v)2 x vector V...
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