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  • The word Trigonometry comes from two Greek words, trigonon = triangle, and metron = measure.

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  • There is, to be sure, as much difference between Shelley's "Ode to a Skylark" and Todhunter's "Trigonometry" as there is between the Venus de Milo and a battleship; and I conceive that the difference is also of precisely the same kind, being that by which, as we have seen above, we may always discriminate between a work of art and one of utility.

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  • (Chinen) (Friday) The saxophonist Jacam Manricks has a new album, "Trigonometry" (Posi-Tone), that builds on his fascination with convoluted form.

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  • "We encourage these strong math students to enroll in courses such as Trigonometry, Calculus and College Algebra in grades 11-12."

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  • Current Music: Pat Metheny & Ornette Coleman, "Trigonometry"

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  • A majority of students were attempting early Algebra, and many students were experimenting with Trigonometry and Calculus.

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  • He found the Khan Academy in 2007 and started watching videos on Trigonometry, Calculus, and even Arithmetic.

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  • I think about the Trigonometry homework I still have to finish.

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  • But it also teaches noble subjects you'll never use again — unless you go to work for NASA — such as Algebra II and Trigonometry.

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  • Maybe your oldest child just can't understand Trigonometry and you can't either.

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