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http://oakroadsystems.com/twt/

I searched and it looked like no one had posted this before, so here it is. Trig without tears is an awesome site in which some guy explains trigonometry, from the basic functions of sine and cosine to the double and half angle identities. The interesting part is that the author, who believes it is wrong to use memorization as a substitute for thinking and disagrees with the memorization-based approach to identities regularly found in school, instead teaches you how to develop the identities in a way that is easy to follow and remember. I wish I had read this when I was taking pre-calculus last summer. It's great! ^.^

I searched and it looked like no one had posted this before, so here it is. Trig without tears is an awesome site in which some guy explains trigonometry, from the basic functions of sine and cosine to the double and half angle identities. The interesting part is that the author, who believes it is wrong to use memorization as a substitute for thinking and disagrees with the memorization-based approach to identities regularly found in school, instead teaches you how to develop the identities in a way that is easy to follow and remember. I wish I had read this when I was taking pre-calculus last summer. It's great! ^.^

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