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Synonyms for trigonometry

the mathematics of triangles and trigonometric functions

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The Himalaya has always been a region of myth and cosmological creation for the Indian subcontinent, an other-worldly abode of the gods, but at the same time an actual mountain range mapped by the Great Trigonometrical Survey in the 19th century, and the living place of richly varied communities.
Through the courtesy of the Director of the SA Trigonometrical Survey Office (Mr Boonzeier) sixteen concrete pillars were constructed by the Trig Surveyor Beacon Building section along the line for the mounting of the telescopes.
First-order equations can be derived by reducing the exact trigonometrical expressions for ray paths to the limit when the angles and ray heights involved approach zero.
Cesar Francois Cassini de Thury born; a French astronomer, grandson of Jean-Dominique Cassini; appointed Director of the Paris Observatory in 1771; undertook and completed a trigonometrical survey of France.
Before leaving for the climb he told AFP in Kathmandu: "It's not about a personal achievement for me, it's about being a role model." Everest was named in 1852 by the colonial-era Great Trigonometrical Survey of India which singled out the until then unremarkable peak in the eastern Himalayas as the tallest mountain in the world.
(2), obtained through a simple trigonometrical relation (see Fig.
"The Froudean mechanic," which McEntegart drolly characterizes as "diplomacy by trigonometrical tables," is still alive and well (8, 2).
He "formulated the trigonometrical ratios essentially as we use them today." (15)
The positioning measurement of every machine part is done with the help of temporary station of the Total Station and the level deviations are set with the trigonometrical measurement of heights.
PERCEPTIONS AND SCHOOL MATHEMATICS: UNITS OF MEASUREMENTS FOR TRIGONOMETRICAL FUNCTIONS AT HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL
The solution of the examples is based on knowledge of trigonometrical identities, and on skills in algebraic technique.
We obtained the gradient of the utilization flow using tangent function and trigonometrical function in Fig.
By the way, there has been no necessity any interval limitation for output parameters because they have trigonometrical periodicity.
The appendix contains tables of information pertaining to weights of bars and flats, conversion factors, and trigonometrical expressions.