**Click the links to go on the scavenger hunt for interesting tidbits about trigonometry. Write your answers on your own paper and turn it in at the end of class.**

1. What is the definition of trigonometry?

2. What are the Greek words from which trigonometry is derived? What do they mean?

3. Who was believed to be the first person to construct a table of values for a trigonometric function?

4. For classical trigonometry, what was the final major development? Who developed it and when did it come about?

5. What’s an intuitive way to think about sine and cosine? (Hint: It involves a dome)

6. What “percentage” are sine and cosine when the angle in question is 52 degrees?

7. What are the six trigonometric functions?

8. What identities are known as the Pythagorean Identities?

9. What are some of the real world applications of trigonometry?

10. What is the oldest device found in early civilizations and what was its use? What is the modern-day equivalent of this ancient tool?

1. What is the definition of trigonometry?

2. What are the Greek words from which trigonometry is derived? What do they mean?

3. Who was believed to be the first person to construct a table of values for a trigonometric function?

4. For classical trigonometry, what was the final major development? Who developed it and when did it come about?

5. What’s an intuitive way to think about sine and cosine? (Hint: It involves a dome)

6. What “percentage” are sine and cosine when the angle in question is 52 degrees?

7. What are the six trigonometric functions?

8. What identities are known as the Pythagorean Identities?

9. What are some of the real world applications of trigonometry?

10. What is the oldest device found in early civilizations and what was its use? What is the modern-day equivalent of this ancient tool?