Trig Calculator

 teachMathematics: Trig Calculator

"Make your very own trig ratio calculator!" When you input sin 30 on your calculator you should get 0.5Careful to make sure calculators are set to degrees and not radians.Have you ever wondered what your calculator does to get that value? What process does it go through? What does sin 30 actually mean? Why is it always the same? In this activity, you will make your own trig ratio calculator that will give you the same...

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