Finding Trig Functions from a Triangle

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Errors in this video:

In the last 5 seconds of the video, the instructor calculates the cotangent of the angle using 6 as the denominator. The correct denominator would be 2. The cotangent of the angle reduces to 2 times the square root of 2. The instructor incorrectly writes it as 2/3 times the square root of 2.

Lesson Description:

Finding the six trigonometric functions from a triangle

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  • Given a right triangle, how can I find the 6 trigonometry functions of an angle?
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    A right triangle with two side measurements is given. The instuctor shows how to find the third side of the triangle. He then shows how to find the 6 trigonometry functions of one of the angles.