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Introduction to Trig

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A powerpoint, aimed at Year 9, which introduces trig through its history and applications

6 October 2014 Edit: 8 July 2015

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Attribution: 1. Wikipedia, Wikimedia, Wikieducator 2. ‘Tree Close-up’, Marina Shemesh, Public Domain, 3. ‘Triangle scull’, Piotr Siedlecki, Public Domain 4. Bust of Pythagoras, Public Domain With gratitude to School Mathematics/Statistics, University of St Andrews, Scotland 5. “Way of Cats” blog 6. 'Shadow reckoning', image, 7. ‘Cat in chair’, Jennifer Lilley, Public Domain, 8. ‘Golden Star’, Petr Kratochvil, Public Domain, 9. Public domain: George Hodan 10. ‘Kitten Looking Up’ Public domain: Lynne Greyling Source: 11. 'Height of a tree', image, 12. ‘Bodiam Castle, England’, Public Domain’ 13. Distance of the Earth from the Sun, using the Moon, 14. Mt Wondabyne trig point, 15. Pierce, Rod. "Trigonometry" Math Is Fun. Ed. Rod Pierce. 20 Jul 2014. 28 Sep 2014 16. Image of trees, 17. Image of sea-shore, Matthew Fry, 18. Blog, Kindigo, ‘Triangle Cat’

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