An example of trigonometry is what architects use to calculate distances.
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trigonometry
noun
pl. -·triesOrigin of trigonometry
Modern Latin trigonometria from Classical Greek trig?non, triangle (see trigon) + -metria, measurement (see -metry)
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trigonometry
noun
Origin of trigonometry
New Latin trigōnometria Greek trigōnon triangle ; see trigon . Greek -metriā -metryRelated Forms:
- trig′o·no·met′ric trig′o·no·met′ri·cal
adjective
- trig′o·no·met′ri·cal·ly
adverb
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trigonometry
(countable and uncountable, plural trigonometries)
- (mathematics) The branch of mathematics that deals with the relationships between the sides and the angles of triangles and the calculations based on them, particularly the trigonometric functions.
From New Latin trigonometria, from Ancient Greek Ï„ÏÎ¯Î³Ï‰Î½Î¿Î½ (trigÅnon, “triangle") + -metria (“-metry").
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