## Plane and Spherical Trigonometry, Surveying and Tables |

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**quadrant**, 46 ; functions of angles that differ by 90 ° , 48 ; functions of a negative angle , 49 ; functions of the sum of two angles , 51 ; func- tions of the difference of two angles , 53 ; functions of twice an angle , 55 ... Page 36

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**quadrants**into . which the circle is divided by the horizontal and vertical diameters AA ' , BB ' , be numbered I. , II . , III . , IV . , in the direction of the motion . During one revolution OP will form with OA all angles GONIOMETRY ... Page 37

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**quadrant**in which OP lies ; so that , Angles between 0 ° and 90 ° are angles of**Quadrant**I. Angles between 90 ° and 180 ° are angles of**Quadrant**II . Angles between 180 ° and 270 ° are angles of**Quadrant**III . Angles between 270 ° and ... Page 38

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**quadrant**to the moving radius produced ; COS X tanx : = cotx the distance measured along a tangent to the circle 38 TRIGONOMETRY . Page 39

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**quadrant**to the moving radius produced . Secx and cscx are the distances from the centre of the circle measured along the moving radius produced to the tangent and cotangent , respectively . § 20. ALGEBRAIC SIGNS OF THE FUNCTIONS . The ...### Other editions - View all

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