Trigonometric (Sin Cos Tan) Table 0360 Degrees (Downloadable) and How to Learn from It
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In this Compute Expert article, you will be able to see full trigonometric (sin cos tan) tables, from 0 to 360 degrees. You can download the tables in an excel or PDF file if you want through the download links we provide.
Here, we will also discuss the trigonometric table a bit and how to learn from it. There is a section here that talks about how to create and modify the table in excel if you are interested.
Excel is a flexible software we can use to create many things. One of those things is the trigonometric table. This table can be very useful if we want to do some arithmetic operations to the degree numbers that we have.
Want to know more about the trigonometric table and learn how to create it yourself in excel? Read our article until its last part!
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Table of Contents:
 Our trigonometric table content (special angles (degrees))
 Our trigonometric table content (all angles (degrees) from 0° to 360°)
 Trigonometric table download (excel xlsx/PDF)
 Trigonometry definition
 Trigonometric table definition
 Sin, cos, and tan definition
 Tips to learn from our trigonometric tables
 How to create a trigonometric table in excel
 How to modify our trigonometric tables in their excel templates
 Multiplication exercise/game
 Additional note
Our Trigonometric Table Content (Special Angles (Degrees))
There are two kinds of trigonometric tables people often use, the special angles trigonometric table and all angles trigonometric table. You can choose which one you prefer to use from the tables we have created for you here.The first one is the special angles trigonometric table. Here are the special angles trigonometric table content we incorporate into our table, starting from 0 to 90 degrees.
0 to 90 degrees, special angles trigonometric table
Degree (°)  sin  cos  tan 

0  0  1  0 
30  1/2  1/2√3  1/2√3 
45  1/2√2  1/2√2  1 
60  1/2√3  1/2  √3 
90  1  0  ∞ 
90 to 180 degrees, special angles trigonometric table
Degree (°)  sin  cos  tan 

90  1  0  ∞ 
120  1/2√3  1/2  √3 
135  1/2√2  1/2√2  1 
150  1/2  1/2√3  1/2√3 
180  0  1  0 
180 to 270 degrees, special angles trigonometric table
Degree (°)  sin  cos  tan 

180  0  1  0 
210  1/2  1/2√3  1/3√3 
225  1/2√2  1/2√2  1 
240  1/2√3  1/2  √3 
270  1  0  ∞ 
270 to 360 degrees, special angles trigonometric table
Degree (°)  sin  cos  tan 

270  1  0  ∞ 
300  1/2√3  1/2  √3 
315  1/2√2  1/2√2  1 
330  1/2  1/2√3  1/3√3 
360  0  1  0 
And here is what our special angles trigonometric table look like.
Our Trigonometric Table Content (All Angles (Degrees) from 0 to 360)
Want to get the sin, cos, or tan value from degrees other than the special degrees above? You can take a look at our trigonometric table for all angles (0 to 360 degrees) if that is the case!Here is the thing that we put in our table.
Degree (°)  sin  cos  tan 

0  0  1  0 
1  0.0175  0.9998  0.0175 
2  0.0349  0.9994  0.0349 
3  0.0523  0.9986  0.0524 
4  0.0698  0.9976  0.0699 
5  0.0872  0.9962  0.0875 
6  0.1045  0.9945  0.1051 
7  0.1219  0.9925  0.1228 
8  0.1392  0.9903  0.1405 
9  0.1564  0.9877  0.1584 
10  0.1736  0.9848  0.1763 
11  0.1908  0.9816  0.1944 
12  0.2079  0.9781  0.2126 
13  0.225  0.9744  0.2309 
14  0.2419  0.9703  0.2493 
15  0.2588  0.9659  0.2679 
16  0.2756  0.9613  0.2867 
17  0.2924  0.9563  0.3057 
18  0.309  0.9511  0.3249 
19  0.3256  0.9455  0.3443 
20  0.342  0.9397  0.364 
21  0.3584  0.9336  0.3839 
22  0.3746  0.9272  0.404 
23  0.3907  0.9205  0.4245 
24  0.4067  0.9135  0.4452 
25  0.4226  0.9063  0.4663 
26  0.4384  0.8988  0.4877 
27  0.454  0.891  0.5095 
28  0.4695  0.8829  0.5317 
29  0.4848  0.8746  0.5543 
30  0.5  0.866  0.5774 
31  0.515  0.8572  0.6009 
32  0.5299  0.848  0.6249 
33  0.5446  0.8387  0.6494 
34  0.5592  0.829  0.6745 
35  0.5736  0.8192  0.7002 
36  0.5878  0.809  0.7265 
37  0.6018  0.7986  0.7536 
38  0.6157  0.788  0.7813 
39  0.6293  0.7771  0.8098 
40  0.6428  0.766  0.8391 
41  0.6561  0.7547  0.8693 
42  0.6691  0.7431  0.9004 
43  0.682  0.7314  0.9325 
44  0.6947  0.7193  0.9657 
45  0.7071  0.7071  1 
46  0.7193  0.6947  1.0355 
47  0.7314  0.682  1.0724 
48  0.7431  0.6691  1.1106 
49  0.7547  0.6561  1.1504 
50  0.766  0.6428  1.1918 
51  0.7771  0.6293  1.2349 
52  0.788  0.6157  1.2799 
53  0.7986  0.6018  1.327 
54  0.809  0.5878  1.3764 
55  0.8192  0.5736  1.4281 
56  0.829  0.5592  1.4826 
57  0.8387  0.5446  1.5399 
58  0.848  0.5299  1.6003 
59  0.8572  0.515  1.6643 
60  0.866  0.5  1.7321 
61  0.8746  0.4848  1.804 
62  0.8829  0.4695  1.8807 
63  0.891  0.454  1.9626 
64  0.8988  0.4384  2.0503 
65  0.9063  0.4226  2.1445 
66  0.9135  0.4067  2.246 
67  0.9205  0.3907  2.3559 
68  0.9272  0.3746  2.4751 
69  0.9336  0.3584  2.6051 
70  0.9397  0.342  2.7475 
71  0.9455  0.3256  2.9042 
72  0.9511  0.309  3.0777 
73  0.9563  0.2924  3.2709 
74  0.9613  0.2756  3.4874 
75  0.9659  0.2588  3.7321 
76  0.9703  0.2419  4.0108 
77  0.9744  0.225  4.3315 
78  0.9781  0.2079  4.7046 
79  0.9816  0.1908  5.1446 
80  0.9848  0.1736  5.6713 
81  0.9877  0.1564  6.3138 
82  0.9903  0.1392  7.1154 
83  0.9925  0.1219  8.1443 
84  0.9945  0.1045  9.5144 
85  0.9962  0.0872  11.4301 
86  0.9976  0.0698  14.3007 
87  0.9986  0.0523  19.0811 
88  0.9994  0.0349  28.6363 
89  0.9998  0.0175  57.29 
90  1  0  ∞ 
91  0.9998  0.0175  57.29 
92  0.9994  0.0349  28.6363 
93  0.9986  0.0523  19.0811 
94  0.9976  0.0698  14.3007 
95  0.9962  0.0872  11.4301 
96  0.9945  0.1045  9.5144 
97  0.9925  0.1219  8.1443 
98  0.9903  0.1392  7.1154 
99  0.9877  0.1564  6.3138 
100  0.9848  0.1736  5.6713 
101  0.9816  0.1908  5.1446 
102  0.9781  0.2079  4.7046 
103  0.9744  0.225  4.3315 
104  0.9703  0.2419  4.0108 
105  0.9659  0.2588  3.7321 
106  0.9613  0.2756  3.4874 
107  0.9563  0.2924  3.2709 
108  0.9511  0.309  3.0777 
109  0.9455  0.3256  2.9042 
110  0.9397  0.342  2.7475 
111  0.9336  0.3584  2.6051 
112  0.9272  0.3746  2.4751 
113  0.9205  0.3907  2.3559 
114  0.9135  0.4067  2.246 
115  0.9063  0.4226  2.1445 
116  0.8988  0.4384  2.0503 
117  0.891  0.454  1.9626 
118  0.8829  0.4695  1.8807 
119  0.8746  0.4848  1.804 
120  0.866  0.5  1.7321 
121  0.8572  0.515  1.6643 
122  0.848  0.5299  1.6003 
123  0.8387  0.5446  1.5399 
124  0.829  0.5592  1.4826 
125  0.8192  0.5736  1.4281 
126  0.809  0.5878  1.3764 
127  0.7986  0.6018  1.327 
128  0.788  0.6157  1.2799 
129  0.7771  0.6293  1.2349 
130  0.766  0.6428  1.1918 
131  0.7547  0.6561  1.1504 
132  0.7431  0.6691  1.1106 
133  0.7314  0.682  1.0724 
134  0.7193  0.6947  1.0355 
135  0.7071  0.7071  1 
136  0.6947  0.7193  0.9657 
137  0.682  0.7314  0.9325 
138  0.6691  0.7431  0.9004 
139  0.6561  0.7547  0.8693 
140  0.6428  0.766  0.8391 
141  0.6293  0.7771  0.8098 
142  0.6157  0.788  0.7813 
143  0.6018  0.7986  0.7536 
144  0.5878  0.809  0.7265 
145  0.5736  0.8192  0.7002 
146  0.5592  0.829  0.6745 
147  0.5446  0.8387  0.6494 
148  0.5299  0.848  0.6249 
149  0.515  0.8572  0.6009 
150  0.5  0.866  0.5774 
151  0.4848  0.8746  0.5543 
152  0.4695  0.8829  0.5317 
153  0.454  0.891  0.5095 
154  0.4384  0.8988  0.4877 
155  0.4226  0.9063  0.4663 
156  0.4067  0.9135  0.4452 
157  0.3907  0.9205  0.4245 
158  0.3746  0.9272  0.404 
159  0.3584  0.9336  0.3839 
160  0.342  0.9397  0.364 
161  0.3256  0.9455  0.3443 
162  0.309  0.9511  0.3249 
163  0.2924  0.9563  0.3057 
164  0.2756  0.9613  0.2867 
165  0.2588  0.9659  0.2679 
166  0.2419  0.9703  0.2493 
167  0.225  0.9744  0.2309 
168  0.2079  0.9781  0.2126 
169  0.1908  0.9816  0.1944 
170  0.1736  0.9848  0.1763 
171  0.1564  0.9877  0.1584 
172  0.1392  0.9903  0.1405 
173  0.1219  0.9925  0.1228 
174  0.1045  0.9945  0.1051 
175  0.0872  0.9962  0.0875 
176  0.0698  0.9976  0.0699 
177  0.0523  0.9986  0.0524 
178  0.0349  0.9994  0.0349 
179  0.0175  0.9998  0.0175 
180  0  1  0 
181  0.0175  0.9998  0.0175 
182  0.0349  0.9994  0.0349 
183  0.0523  0.9986  0.0524 
184  0.0698  0.9976  0.0699 
185  0.0872  0.9962  0.0875 
186  0.1045  0.9945  0.1051 
187  0.1219  0.9925  0.1228 
188  0.1392  0.9903  0.1405 
189  0.1564  0.9877  0.1584 
190  0.1736  0.9848  0.1763 
191  0.1908  0.9816  0.1944 
192  0.2079  0.9781  0.2126 
193  0.225  0.9744  0.2309 
194  0.2419  0.9703  0.2493 
195  0.2588  0.9659  0.2679 
196  0.2756  0.9613  0.2867 
197  0.2924  0.9563  0.3057 
198  0.309  0.9511  0.3249 
199  0.3256  0.9455  0.3443 
200  0.342  0.9397  0.364 
201  0.3584  0.9336  0.3839 
202  0.3746  0.9272  0.404 
203  0.3907  0.9205  0.4245 
204  0.4067  0.9135  0.4452 
205  0.4226  0.9063  0.4663 
206  0.4384  0.8988  0.4877 
207  0.454  0.891  0.5095 
208  0.4695  0.8829  0.5317 
209  0.4848  0.8746  0.5543 
210  0.5  0.866  0.5774 
211  0.515  0.8572  0.6009 
212  0.5299  0.848  0.6249 
213  0.5446  0.8387  0.6494 
214  0.5592  0.829  0.6745 
215  0.5736  0.8192  0.7002 
216  0.5878  0.809  0.7265 
217  0.6018  0.7986  0.7536 
218  0.6157  0.788  0.7813 
219  0.6293  0.7771  0.8098 
220  0.6428  0.766  0.8391 
221  0.6561  0.7547  0.8693 
222  0.6691  0.7431  0.9004 
223  0.682  0.7314  0.9325 
224  0.6947  0.7193  0.9657 
225  0.7071  0.7071  1 
226  0.7193  0.6947  1.0355 
227  0.7314  0.682  1.0724 
228  0.7431  0.6691  1.1106 
229  0.7547  0.6561  1.1504 
230  0.766  0.6428  1.1918 
231  0.7771  0.6293  1.2349 
232  0.788  0.6157  1.2799 
233  0.7986  0.6018  1.327 
234  0.809  0.5878  1.3764 
235  0.8192  0.5736  1.4281 
236  0.829  0.5592  1.4826 
237  0.8387  0.5446  1.5399 
238  0.848  0.5299  1.6003 
239  0.8572  0.515  1.6643 
240  0.866  0.5  1.7321 
241  0.8746  0.4848  1.804 
242  0.8829  0.4695  1.8807 
243  0.891  0.454  1.9626 
244  0.8988  0.4384  2.0503 
245  0.9063  0.4226  2.1445 
246  0.9135  0.4067  2.246 
247  0.9205  0.3907  2.3559 
248  0.9272  0.3746  2.4751 
249  0.9336  0.3584  2.6051 
250  0.9397  0.342  2.7475 
251  0.9455  0.3256  2.9042 
252  0.9511  0.309  3.0777 
253  0.9563  0.2924  3.2709 
254  0.9613  0.2756  3.4874 
255  0.9659  0.2588  3.7321 
256  0.9703  0.2419  4.0108 
257  0.9744  0.225  4.3315 
258  0.9781  0.2079  4.7046 
259  0.9816  0.1908  5.1446 
260  0.9848  0.1736  5.6713 
261  0.9877  0.1564  6.3138 
262  0.9903  0.1392  7.1154 
263  0.9925  0.1219  8.1443 
264  0.9945  0.1045  9.5144 
265  0.9962  0.0872  11.4301 
266  0.9976  0.0698  14.3007 
267  0.9986  0.0523  19.0811 
268  0.9994  0.0349  28.6363 
269  0.9998  0.0175  57.29 
270  1  0  ∞ 
271  0.9998  0.0175  57.29 
272  0.9994  0.0349  28.6363 
273  0.9986  0.0523  19.0811 
274  0.9976  0.0698  14.3007 
275  0.9962  0.0872  11.4301 
276  0.9945  0.1045  9.5144 
277  0.9925  0.1219  8.1443 
278  0.9903  0.1392  7.1154 
279  0.9877  0.1564  6.3138 
280  0.9848  0.1736  5.6713 
281  0.9816  0.1908  5.1446 
282  0.9781  0.2079  4.7046 
283  0.9744  0.225  4.3315 
284  0.9703  0.2419  4.0108 
285  0.9659  0.2588  3.7321 
286  0.9613  0.2756  3.4874 
287  0.9563  0.2924  3.2709 
288  0.9511  0.309  3.0777 
289  0.9455  0.3256  2.9042 
290  0.9397  0.342  2.7475 
291  0.9336  0.3584  2.6051 
292  0.9272  0.3746  2.4751 
293  0.9205  0.3907  2.3559 
294  0.9135  0.4067  2.246 
295  0.9063  0.4226  2.1445 
296  0.8988  0.4384  2.0503 
297  0.891  0.454  1.9626 
298  0.8829  0.4695  1.8807 
299  0.8746  0.4848  1.804 
300  0.866  0.5  1.7321 
301  0.8572  0.515  1.6643 
302  0.848  0.5299  1.6003 
303  0.8387  0.5446  1.5399 
304  0.829  0.5592  1.4826 
305  0.8192  0.5736  1.4281 
306  0.809  0.5878  1.3764 
307  0.7986  0.6018  1.327 
308  0.788  0.6157  1.2799 
309  0.7771  0.6293  1.2349 
310  0.766  0.6428  1.1918 
311  0.7547  0.6561  1.1504 
312  0.7431  0.6691  1.1106 
313  0.7314  0.682  1.0724 
314  0.7193  0.6947  1.0355 
315  0.7071  0.7071  1 
316  0.6947  0.7193  0.9657 
317  0.682  0.7314  0.9325 
318  0.6691  0.7431  0.9004 
319  0.6561  0.7547  0.8693 
320  0.6428  0.766  0.8391 
321  0.6293  0.7771  0.8098 
322  0.6157  0.788  0.7813 
323  0.6018  0.7986  0.7536 
324  0.5878  0.809  0.7265 
325  0.5736  0.8192  0.7002 
326  0.5592  0.829  0.6745 
327  0.5446  0.8387  0.6494 
328  0.5299  0.848  0.6249 
329  0.515  0.8572  0.6009 
330  0.5  0.866  0.5774 
331  0.4848  0.8746  0.5543 
332  0.4695  0.8829  0.5317 
333  0.454  0.891  0.5095 
334  0.4384  0.8988  0.4877 
335  0.4226  0.9063  0.4663 
336  0.4067  0.9135  0.4452 
337  0.3907  0.9205  0.4245 
338  0.3746  0.9272  0.404 
339  0.3584  0.9336  0.3839 
340  0.342  0.9397  0.364 
341  0.3256  0.9455  0.3443 
342  0.309  0.9511  0.3249 
343  0.2924  0.9563  0.3057 
344  0.2756  0.9613  0.2867 
345  0.2588  0.9659  0.2679 
346  0.2419  0.9703  0.2493 
347  0.225  0.9744  0.2309 
348  0.2079  0.9781  0.2126 
349  0.1908  0.9816  0.1944 
350  0.1736  0.9848  0.1763 
351  0.1564  0.9877  0.1584 
352  0.1392  0.9903  0.1405 
353  0.1219  0.9925  0.1228 
354  0.1045  0.9945  0.1051 
355  0.0872  0.9962  0.0875 
356  0.0698  0.9976  0.0699 
357  0.0523  0.9986  0.0524 
358  0.0349  0.9994  0.0349 
359  0.0175  0.9998  0.0175 
360  0  1  0 
We make that into something like this in excel.
Download our special angles and/or all angles trigonometric table in the next part of this article!
Trigonometric Table Download (Excel xlsx/PDF)
Need to get a trigonometric table for you to use? You can download our trigonometric tables by clicking on the links below. The tables we prepare for you here are in excel and PDF files.Excel file:
Excel xlsx
Special angles trigonometric table:
PDF (A3)
PDF (A4)
All angles trigonometric table:
PDF (A3)
PDF (A4)
If you want to print the trigonometric table, you should download the PDF file with the paper size you want (A3 or A4). However, if you want to edit the table a bit first, you should download the excel file.
Trigonometry Definition
Trigonometry is a branch of mathematics that studies the relationship between the sides and the angles of triangles.Six ratios become the main theme of trigonometry calculation. These ratios compare the length of the sides of a triangle that has a certain angle.
We call those six ratios sine (sin), cosine (cos), tangent (tan), cosecant (cosec), secant (sec), and cotangent (cot). However, people pay attention mostly to only three ratios when we talk about trigonometry: sin, cos, and tan.
Trigonometric Table Definition
A trigonometric table is a table that summarizes the trigonometric ratios for various angles of a triangle. By looking at this table, we can easily get the trigonometric ratio we need for our calculation result/further data processing.There are usually two types of trigonometric tables, the special degrees table and the all degrees table. The special degrees table contains the trigonometric ratios for triangle degrees that provide exact trigonometric ratios. These special degrees are 0°, 30°, 45°, 60°, and 90° and their equivalent in other degree quadrants.
Meanwhile, the all degrees table contains the trigonometric ratios for all numbers of a triangle degree, from 0° to 360°.
Sin, Cos, and Tan Definition
As we have mentioned a bit before, sin, cos, and tan ratios are the comparison between triangle sides’ lengths. The sides length we compare in each ratio depends on which angle we calculate the ratios of in a triangle.Here is an image that illustrates the definition of sin, cos, and tan ratios.
Here is the description of what each ratio calculates if we put the illustration above into words.
 sin = divides the length of the opposite side from our triangle angle with the triangle hypotenuse side length
 cos = divides the length of the adjacent side from our triangle angle with the triangle hypotenuse side length
 tan = divides the length of the opposite side from our triangle angle with its adjacent side length
Tips to Learn from Our Trigonometric Tables
Now that you have understood about trigonometry and the sin cos tan ratios, let’s learn from the trigonometric table!It might be difficult to get all the sin cos tan values from the table into our heads. Nevertheless, here are some tips that can help you to get more from your learning process.
 Print the A4 version of our trigonometric table and put it somewhere you can easily access it anytime. That way, you should be able to learn the table whenever and wherever you need/want to. This can help you to get the hang of the ratio values faster, especially for the special degrees one

Remember on which angle quadrant the sin, cos, and tan ratios are negative and positive. This should help you get the correct form of the angle ratios you want to calculate.
Here is the summary of where each ratio is positive and negative in the four angle quadrants. Quadrant I (0 to 90 degrees): all sin, cos, and tan ratios are positive
 Quadrant II (90 to 180 degrees): sin ratio is positive. Cos and tan ratios are negative
 Quadrant III (180 to 270 degrees): tan ratio is positive. Sin and cos ratios are negative
 Quadrant IV (270 to 360 degrees): cos ratio is positive. Sin and tan ratios are negative
 Remember that the sin cos tan values are the same for degrees that have a 180 degrees difference between them. The only probable difference between those degrees are the negative and positive form of their values
 Remember the right triangle sides length equation (the square of hypotenuse side length equals the sum of the square of the other two sides length) and the formulas to calculate sin cos tan ratios. We calculate sin, cos, and tan ratios mostly for the angle of a right triangle. If we remember the equation and ratios calculation, we can illustrate the right triangle sides length if we know one ratio. From there, we can calculate other ratios based on the illustration
 Do sin, cos, and tan ratios exercise consistently and use our tables as answer key references. Try to repeatedly do relevant exercises and see our tables to check your answers each time you finish an exercise. This should help you to remember some of the trigonometric ratio values
Hope our tips above can help you to learn the trigonometric table more productively!
How to Create a Trigonometric Table in Excel
Want to create a trigonometric table on your own in excel? You can do it easily if you understand the basics of how to manipulate excel worksheets display!When we create our trigonometric tables, we mostly work on how we display our tables in excel worksheets. We change our worksheets’ cell colors, font display, column and row width, and borders. You should master how to do those things so you can create trigonometric tables like ours!
For the degree and ratio values in the special degrees trigonometric table, we type them manually. We use the symbol menu in excel to insert the root and infinite symbols we input there.
For the all degrees trigonometric table, we divide it into four (90 degrees each) to make the values in the table readable easier. We create one part first until we finish it so we can copy it as a template for the other parts.
We input the degree values in the all degrees trigonometric table by using autofill to do it much faster. To use the autofill, we input two degree values at the top of each degree column. Then, we highlight their cells and copy them down to have all the degree values we need in our degree columns.
For the sin, cos, and tan values, we get them by combining ROUND, SIN/COS/TAN, and RADIANS functions. Here is the general formula writing for the combination of those functions in our excel.
= ROUND ( SIN/COS/TAN ( RADIANS ( degree_value ) ) , 4 )
We apply RADIANS to our degree values first before we apply SIN/COS/TAN. That is because SIN/COS/TAN can only get the sin, cos, and tan of our degree values from their radians. After we get its result, we apply ROUND because we want to round the result to 4 decimals.
We just need to write the formula above once for each sin/cos/tan column. After that, we copy the formula writing to get all the sin, cos, and tan ratios we need!
After we copy the first sheet to create other parts of the table, we just need to change the degree values. Just do the autofill again so we can input the degree values we need much faster.
How to Modify this Table in Its Excel Template
Want to modify the trigonometric tables we have here so they can suit your preference more? Download their excel file to get started!If you need to change the tables display, you can utilize the basic excel display features to do so. The features you need to use are most probably related to cell colors, border, column width, and font.
You may also want to add and reduce the number of degree values we have or move them to another sheet. To do those things, you should run the copy, cut, and paste operations.
If you need to get the sin, cos, and tan ratios of a degree value, just use our formula method. Combine ROUND, SIN/COS/TAN, and RADIANS in one formula writing to get the ratios easily!
Trigonometric Table Exercise
After you have seen our trigonometric tables and learned more about trigonometry from this article, let’s do an exercise. This is so you can deepen your understanding of trigonometry ratios.Download the exercise file and fill in the blanks there. You can fill them directly in the excel file or print the PDF and write on the blanks on the hardcopy. Don’t look at the trigonometric tables or use excel formulas when you do the exercise!
After you finish the exercise, check your answers by looking at the trigonometric tables or by downloading the answer key file.
Link to the exercise file:
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Link to the answer key file:
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If you need more exercises, you can change the degree values in our exercise excel file!
Additional Note
Cosecant, secant, and cotangent ratio values are the reciprocal of sin, cos, and tan ratio values. The way to calculate them in relation to that reciprocal relationship is as follows. Cosecant = 1/sin
 Secant = 1/cos
 Contangent = 1/tan
It should be easy to get the cosecant, secant, and cotangent if you know the sin, cos, and tan!
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