While most smartphones will tell you the sine of an angle, they will not necessarily tell you the angle for which the sine is *x. *And since multiple angles may have the same sine (e.g. 59° and 121°), it seems useful to see the numerical progression of the functions in addition to their graphical representation.

Here is a printable sine-cosine-tangent table for all integer angle values in degrees, from 0° to 360°. Page 1 holds 0° to 180°; page 2 shows 181° to 360°.

]]>This document contains notes for a course taught by Tom Marley during the 2009 spring semester at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The notes loosely follow the treatment given in Chapters 8 and 9 of Cohen-Macaulay Rings, by W. Bruns and J. Herzog, although many other sources, including articles and monographs by Peskine, Szpiro, Hochster, Huneke, Grith, Evans, Lyubeznik, and Roberts (to name a few), were used. Special thanks to Laura Lynch for putting these notes into LaTeX. ]]>