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Trigonometry Calculator v1
The trigonometry calculator determines the properties of angles, triangles, triangular shapes and parts of a circle

Trigonometry

The trigonometry calculator determines the properties of triangles and triangular shapes, including segments, sectors and 3-D Pythagoras.

For help on using this calculator see Technical Help

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trigonometry Calculator - Options

TRIANGLE

This option calculates the unknown properties of a triangle.

You enter: and the trigonometry calculator will provide:
  • Any three properties (angles or dimensions), which must include at least one side
  • All unknown angles and sides
  • Height
  • Inscribed circle
  • Circumscribed circle
  • Perimeter length

3D BOX

This option calculates the triangular properties of a 3-dimensional box.

You enter: and the trigonometry calculator will provide:
  • Length of the three sides
  • All associated 2D and 3D angles

SECTORS AND SEGMENTS

This option calculates the properties of a part of a circle.

You enter: and the trigonometry calculator will provide:
  • Radius
  • Angle
  • All the unknown properties

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