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Select your language EnglishSpanish Angle sum and difference identities express trigonometric functions of sums of angles α ± β in terms of functions of α and β. Using the sum and difference formulas allows us to...

Select your language EnglishSpanish Some classical triangle centers are: Centroid (G) Orthocenter (H) Circumcenter (O) Incenter (I) Centroid of a Triangle The centroid of a triangle (or barycenter of a triangle) G is the...

Select your language EnglishSpanish The cotangent is the reciprocal trigonometric ratio of the tangent. It is the reciprocal or multiplicative inverse of the tangent, that is, tan θ · cotθ = 1. In a right triangle, the cotangent of...

Select your language EnglishSpanish The area of an isosceles triangle is calculated from the base b (the non-repeated side) and the height (h) of triangle corresponding to the base. The area is the product...

Select your language EnglishSpanish The equilateral triangle has all three sides equal, so its perimeter will be three times the length of one of its sides (a). Download this calculator to get the results...

Select your language EnglishSpanish The incenter of a triangle (I) is the point where the three interior angle bisectors (Ba, Bb y Bc) intersect. The angle bisector of a triangle is a line segment...

Select your language EnglishSpanish The centroid of a triangle (or barycenter of a triangle) G is the point where the three medians of the triangle meet. The medians of a triangle are the line...

Select your language EnglishSpanish A scalene triangle is a triangle in which all three sides have different lengths and all angles are diferent too. This type of triangle can be a right triangle (one...

Select your language EnglishSpanish The legs (or catheti; singular: cathetus) are the sides in a right triangle that form its right angle (90°). The side opposite the right angle is called the hypotenuse. The...

Select your language EnglishSpanish The arccosine (notation: arccos or cos-1) is the inverse function of the cosine. That is: As the arcsine and sine are inverse functions, their composition is the identity. That is:...

Select your language EnglishSpanish There are several theorems that are attributed to Thales of Miletus, we are going to focus especially on two of them: Thales’ Theorem Thales’ Theorem is a special case of...