From my experience in doing it, it seemed pretty easy. What do you need help in?
Bro I'm taking the SAT soon to apply to university but there's this one topic I can't seem to understand
Oh thatttttt, I haven't practiced in a while but I'll try my best to explain
Yea you're smart I get it. Just help me with the sine, cosine, and tangent stuff!
So basically sine, cosine, and tangent are trigonometric functions which are functions of a single angle in a right triangle that relate to the length of its sides. So if you were to have a triangle with a 30 degree angle meeting at the horizontal and one known side you can almost definitely know all three sides using sine, cosine, and tangent
Yes that's correct the functions can only be used in right triangles because they correlate with trigonometry mainly in right triangles
So wait you can't use them on any triangle, they have to be right triangles?
Oh wait I almost forgot about sohcahtoa which is something really important you need to know so a is adjacent, o is opposite, and h is hypotenuse. Soh is sine o over h, cah is cosine which's a over h., and toa is o over a, You need to know this pneumonic to know how they relate to the sides
Is that everything I need to know because you said a lot of information.
My pleasure to help bro, and yea I think we should go to class!
Yo thanks that helped a lot, I'm pretty sure I couldn't have learned that alone. Anyways I think the bell rang we better get a move on