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Pythagoras’ Theorem & Trigonometry. Our Presenters & Objectives. Proving the theorem The Chinese Proof Preservation of Area – Applet Demo Class Activity – Proving the theorem using Similar Triangles. Boon Kah. Beng Huat. Applying the theorem Solving an Eye Trick Pythagorean Triplets.

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Our presenters objectives
Our Presenters & Objectives

  • Proving the theorem

    • The Chinese Proof

    • Preservation of Area – Applet Demo

    • Class Activity – Proving the theorem using Similar Triangles

Boon Kah

Beng Huat

  • Applying the theorem

    • Solving an Eye Trick

    • Pythagorean Triplets


Our presenters objectives1
Our Presenters & Objectives

  • Fundamentals of Trigonometry

    • Appreciate the definition of basic trigonometry functions from a circle

    • Apply the definition of basic trigonometry functions from a circle to a square.

Lawrence Tang

Keok Wen

  • The derivation of the double-angle formula


Getting to the point
Getting to the “Point”

“Something Interesting”

Dad & Son


The pythagoras theorem
The Pythagoras Theorem

The square described upon the hypotenuse of a right-angled triangle is equal to the sum of the squares described upon the other two sides.

  • Or algebraically speaking……

    h2 = a2 + b2

h

b

a


The chinese proof
The “Chinese” Proof

b

a

b

h

a

h

4(1/2 ab) + h2 = (a + b)2

2ab + h2 = a2 + 2ab + b2

h

h2 = a2 + b2

a

h

b

This proof appears in the Chou pei suan ching, a text dated anywhere from the time of Jesus to a thousand years earlier

a

b


A geometrical proof
A Geometrical Proof

Most geometrical proofs revolve around the concept of

“Preservation of Area”


Class activity
Class Activity

How many similar triangles can you see in the above triangle???

Use them to prove the Pythagoras’ Theorem again!



Challenge their minds

8 x 8 squares

= 64 squares

Challenge Their Minds


Challenge their minds1

2

2

3

1

4

1

4

3

Challenge Their Minds

13 x 5 squares

= 65 squares ?


Using pythagoras theorem

8

h1

2

2

3

1

1

h2

4

4

3

3

5

2

Using Pythagoras Theorem

h1 = (32 + 82)

= (9+ 64)

= (73)

h2 = (22 + 52)

= (4+ 25)

= (29)

h1 + h2 = (73 + 29)

= 13.9292 units


Using pythagoras theorem1

h

5

2

3

4

1

13

Using Pythagoras Theorem

3

h= (52 + 132)

= (25+ 169)

= (194)

= 13.9283 units


Using pythagoras theorem2

h

h1

2

2

3

1

4

1

h2

4

3

h1 + h2 = 13.9292 units

h = 13.9283 units

Using Pythagoras Theorem

h ≠h1 + h2


Pythagorean triplets

h

y

x

Pythagorean Triplets

  • 3 special integers

  • Form the sides of right-angled triangle

  • Example: 3, 4 & 5

  • Non-example: 5, 6 & √61


Trick for teachers
Trick for Teachers

  • Give me an odd number, except 1 (small value)

  • Form a Pythagorean Triplet

  • Form a right-angled triangle where sides are integers


Trick for teachers1
Trick for Teachers

  • Shortest side = n

  • The other side = (n2 – 1)  2

  • Hypotenuse = [(n2 – 1)  2] + 1

  • For e.g., if n = 2

  • Shortest side = 5

  • The other side = 12

  • Hypotenuse = 13


Trick for teachers2
Trick for Teachers

  • Why share this trick?

  • Can use this to set questions on Pythagoras Theorem with ease


Trigonometry
Trigonometry

  • Meaning of Sine,Cosine & Tangent

  • Formal Definition of Sine,Cosine and Tangent based on a unit circle

  • Extension to the unit square

  • Double Angle Formula


Meaning of sine cosine tangent
Meaning of “Sine”, “Cosine” & “Tangent”

  • Sine – From half chord to bosom/bay/curve

  • Cosine – Co-Sine, sine of the complementary

  • angle

  • Tangent – to touch


The story of 3 friends

Sine

Tangent

Cosine

The Story of 3 Friends


Formal definition of sine and cosine

sin

A (1,0)

cos 

Formal Definition of Sine and Cosine

1

Unit circle


Some results from definition
Some Results from Definition

  • Definition of tan :

    sin 

    cos 

  • Pythagorean Identity:

  • sin2 + cos2 = 1


Common definition of sine cosine tangent

`

slant length

Opposite

length

1

sin 

cos 

adjacent length

Common Definition of Sine, Cosine & Tangent

What happens if slant edge  1?

By principal of similar triangles,

(Sin )/ 1 = opposite/slant length

(Cos )/1 = adjacent/slant length

(Sin ) /(Cos ) = opposite/adjacent length

For visual students


hypotenuse

opposite

adjacent

Therefore for a given angle  in ANY right

angled triangle,

Opposite Length

  • sin = Hypotenuse

    Adjacent Length

  • cos  = Hypotenuse

    Opposite Length

  • tan = Adjacent Length


Invasion by king square

Side

Tide

Coside

Invasion by King Square!


Extension to non circular functions

side

coside 

Extension to Non-Circular Functions

A (1,0)

Unit Square


Some results from definition1
Some Results from definition

  • Tide  = side  /coside 

  • BUT is side2 + coside2  = 1 ?


Pythagorean theorem for square function

side

Corresponding Pythagorean Thm:

side2+ coside2  = sec2 

coside 

Corresponding Pythagorean Thm:

side2+ coside2  = cosec2 

Pythagorean Theorem for Square Function

For 0 <  < 45

coside  =1

side  = tan 

tide  = tan

For 45 <  < 90

side  = 1

coside  =cot 

tide  = tan


Comparison of other theorems
Comparison of other theorems

Circular FunctionSquare Function

Complementary Thm

Supplementary Thm

Half Turn Thm

Opposites Thm

AGREES !!





Further extensions
Further Extensions…

(0,1)

(0,1)

(1,0)

(1,0)

Hexagon

Diamond


References
References

  • http://www.arcytech.org/java/pythagoras/history.html

  • http://www-history.mcs.st-and.ac.uk/history/Mathematicians/Pythagoras.html

  • http://www.ies.co.jp/math/products/geo2/applets/pytha2/pytha2.html

  • The teaching of trigonometry in schools

    London G Bell & Sons, Ltd

  • Functions, Statistics & Trigonometry, Intergrated Mathematics 2nd Edition,

    University of Chicago School Math Project


1

o

a

1

= 2(o)/2

= o

= sin 

o

= 2(o)/2(a)

= o/a

= tan 

1

= 2(a)/2

= a

= cos 

o

a

a

1

= 3(o)/3

= o

= sin 

o

= 3(a)/3

= a

= cos 

= 3(o)/3(a)

= o/a

= tan 

1

o

1

o

a

a

a

= x(o)/x(1)

= o

= sin 

= x(a)/x(1)

= a

= cos 

= x(o)/x(a)

= o/a

= tan 

x

x(o)

x(a)

Sine, Cosine & Tangent

Opposite Length

Slant length

Adjacent Length

Slant length

Opposite Length

Adjacent length

o defined

as sin 

a defined

as sin 

o/a defined

as tan 

For an angle ,

Return


Comparison of complementary theorems

side (90-)

Unit Square

coside (90-)

Comparison of Complementary Theorems

Square Function

Circular Function

For 0 <  < 90

For 0 <  < 45

sin(90 - ) = cos 

side(90 - ) = coside 

cos(90 - ) = sin 

coside(90 - ) = side 

tide(90 - ) = cotide 

tan(90 - ) = cot 

Return


Comparison of functions of 90

side (90+)

Unit Square

coside (90+)

Comparison of functions of (90 + )

Square Function

Circular Function

For 0 <  < 90

For 0 <  < 45

sin(90+ ) = cos 

side(90 + ) = coside 

cos(90+ ) = -sin 

coside(90 + ) = -side 

tan(90+ ) = -cot 

tide(90 + ) = -cotide 

Return


Comparison of supplement theorems

side (180-)

Unit Square

coside (180-)

Comparison of Supplement Theorems

Square Function

Circular Function

For 0 <  < 90

For 0 <  < 45

side(180 - ) = side 

sin(180 - ) = sin 

coside(180 - ) = -coside 

cos(180 - ) = -cos

tide(180 - ) = -tide 

tan(180 - ) = -tan 

Return


side (180+)

Unit Square

coside (180+)

Comparison of ½ Turn Theorems

Square Function

Circular Function

For 0 <  < 90

For 0 <  < 45

side(180 + ) = - side 

sin(180 + ) = - sin 

coside(180 + ) = - coside 

cos(180 + ) = - cos

tide(180 + ) = tide 

tan(180 + ) = tan 

Return


coside (270-)

side (270-)

Unit Square

Comparison of Functions of (270 - )

Square Function

Circular Function

For 0 <  < 90

For 0 <  < 45

side(270 - ) = - coside 

sin (270-) =-cos 

cos(270-) = -side 

coside(270 - ) = - side 

tide(270 - ) = cotide 

tan (270-) = cot 

Return


side (180-)

Unit Square

coside (270+)

Square Function

Circular Function

For 0 <  < 90

For 0 <  < 45

Comparison of Functions of (270 + )

side (270+ )= - coside 

sin(270+ )= - cos 

coside (270+ ) = side 

cos(270+  ) = sin 

tide (270+ )= - cotide 

tan(270+) = - tan 

Return


Square Function

Circular Function

For 0 <  < 90

For 0 <  < 45

Comparison of Opposite Theorems

side(- ) = - side 

sin(- ) = - sin 

cos(- ) = cos 

coside(- ) = coside 

tan(- ) = - tan 

tide(- ) = - tide 

side (-)

Unit Square

coside (-)

Return


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