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In helping with my high school student's math homework, I was astonished to find no trig tables in the 800-page textbook. I was further astonished to find no printable version online that extended beyond 90°.
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°.
There is no copyright on trig values.