#1
anybody know where to find a table that gives me the values of cosine, sine, and tangent in relation to degrees? it should have the values of those three for the degrees 0,30,45,60,90,120,135,150,180,210,225,240,270,300,315,330,and 360.
#4
you don't know about the method with the circle, then? I don't think you'll find as big of a table, they usually only have values for 30, 45 and 60 but that's ok, since in the angles you posted, those three values would repeat (sometimes negative), and add 0 and 1.

That doesn't work as easily for the tangent, though...

EDIT:

Also, HOLY FUCK I hate smug Google posting assholes.
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#6
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you don't know about the method with the circle, then? I don't think you'll find as big of a table, they usually only have values for 30, 45 and 60 but that's ok, since in the angles you posted, those three values would repeat (sometimes negative), and add 0 and 1.

That doesn't work as easily for the tangent, though...

EDIT:

Also, HOLY FUCK I hate smug Google posting assholes.

i'm not supposed to use a calculator and i was supposed to memorize them...but thanks for the help.
as for google, i found a little bit of stuff to help me.
#7
Well if you're supposed to memorize them, the method with the circle is the best, but you'll get results with the number pi in them... Hang on a sec, lemme find that somewhere on the internet.

EDIT: Here it is http://www.math.rice.edu/~pcmi/sphere/drg_txt.html

EDIT#2: Oh crap, I ****ed up. That only gives you the angle in radians, not the sine and cosine of it. Sorry dude.
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