Moving on then from Sine and Cosine Rules, we now look at a less well now known principle, and this involves what is known as the Law of Tangents.
Moving on in our study of Triangles, having looked at some of the basics with Trigonometry, Pythagoras' Theorem, The Law of Missing Lengths and the Sine Rule, we now look at the Cosine Rule.
For this we move on to a result devised by myself in 2006, whether or not others may have come up with the same thing.
This Hub is dedicated to facts about Triangles, and how we can manipulate them.
This Hub looks at a general formula for finding the area of any Regular Polygon with n sides.
Continuing from the related work on Trigonometry, we may now move on to look at the Theorem of Pythagoras and his Triplets
Moving on from formulas for shapes within shapes, we carry on to study Right Angled Triangles, and one of the Subjects relevant to them - Trigonometry, the study of the Ratios of the lengths of sides
Carrying on from Basic Ideas and mostly Algebraic concepts, we can now make an investigation into a more two and three dimensional world, involving physical Shapes.
This Hub takes us into the Statistics rich world of Cricket, with its run rates, batting averages, and needed to win equations.
This is designed to continue from where we left off in the previous Hub, getting in to more involved ways people might want to sum up numbers.
Carrying on from previous Mathematics Hubs, we come now to the amazing world of Mathematical Patterns and Formulas.
This story I wrote 20 years ago for a competition. It won no prize and is unpublished. To my knowledge, it is all my own work. Although it deals with visitors from space, I have no belief in them.
I first wrote this 20 years ago for a writing course I paid a fortune for but never finished. I read it publicly once, and though submitted elsewhere it hasn't til now been published. All mine.
This is a continuation of the previous Hub on Exponents and how they behave.
Having looked at the Basics of Mathematics and then gone on to Squares and some number patterns, if You are following these in that order, we next look at Cubes.
Having looked at the way Squares behave as Powers of Two, let us now check out what Cubes can do as a Power of Three
Moving on from some of the Basic and even Obvious ideas in Mathematics I know discuss some more involved Topics
Moving on from the Basics, we continue into comparisons between Sports scores and Elections, then go on to the fundamentals of what in Mathematics are referred to as Opposite Operations
The second part in this subject involves forms of mutliplication
The Following explores issues involving the meaning of especially Mathematical terms and also looks at basic Maths techniques that do not seem to be covered in Classrooms, but are still useful.