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SIN(45) should equal COS(45) & TAN(45)=1 … But not on your calculator

Your trig functions are wack . . .

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      • XenonXenon commented  · 

        Actually they are wack. The trig functions are in radians, they expect you to use a # sign before number if you want to convert the number into radians (don't read help manual it is wrong/backwards). So for example: Sin(#45) = cos(#45) = 0.7071

      • CScottyCScotty commented  · 

        The units for the trig functions are radians, not degrees. So for example, instead of 45 (degrees) you need to use pi/4.

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