Well, it depends on your viewpoint. In one respect, no, because there are a bunch of theorems that are exclusive from trigonometry that would be nearly necessary for a problem. But on the other hand, if we assume that trigonometry holds, we could arduously prove those theorems.

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TopNewestWell, it depends on your viewpoint. In one respect, no, because there are a bunch of theorems that are exclusive from trigonometry that would be nearly necessary for a problem. But on the other hand, if we assume that trigonometry holds, we could arduously prove those theorems.

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i think about circle when i read your topics... i just think can we solve this shape using trigonometry equation or function ?

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