Trigonometry/Trigonometric Formula Reference< Trigonometry
Cover the right hand side of each formula, and use the information about remembering formulae from the previous page to get the right hand side.
Principal Trig RelationshipsEdit
The following identities give relationships between the trigonometric functions.
One formula is missing.
By dividing the by
we can get two other formulae.
The missing formula is obtained by dividing through by
The missing formula is:
Four trigonometric functions are periodic:
Two trigonometric functions are periodic:
Formulae involving sums of angles are as follows:
Multiple Angle FormulaeEdit
Substituting gives the double angle formulae
These can be obtained by putting in the addition formula.
This can also be obtained from the angle sums formula.
This list may duplicate some of the periodicity formulas above, but all the formulas are given for the sake of completeness. Angles are expressed in degrees rather than radians. Similar relations for cot, sec and cosec follow immediately from the definitions of these functions; just replace sin by cosec, cos by sec and tan by cot (and vice versa).
Rewrite the above formulas using radians.