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

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.

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

"We encourage these strong math students to enroll in courses such as Trigonometry, Calculus and College Algebra in grades 1112."

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

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

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

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

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

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