This course takes you from the fundamentals of trigonometry to the more sophisticated requirements in electrical engineering. As you work and study electrical engineering you are going to run into proofs and equations that are based on trigonometry. Base knowledge of intermediate mathematics, equations and binomials will be advantageous.
This course will cover the fundamental trigonometry for studying AC current, voltage and impedance calculations; phasors (vectors) are used and combined mathematically lending themselves to several needs to rely on trig functions and identities. We shall then cover: Point Lines and Angles, Intersecting and Parallel, the Pythagorean Theorem and finally delve deeper into trigonometry with a look at unique triangles, rations, unit circles, trig identities, etc.
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