Trigonometry Worksheets

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Set sail on an eventful and incredibly worth-cherishing journey toward trigonometry with our tailor-made free worksheets! Provide your high school students scads of rock-solid support, so they surprise you with grades twice as brilliant! An arena replete with oodles of real-life scenarios, trigonometry is the bread and butter for professionals like architects, engineers, astronomers, and many more. Get started with these exercises on degrees and radians, trigonometric ratios, and simplifying expressions. Tackle them using your understanding of angles, Pythagorean Theorem, and trigonometric identities, and lay a firm foundation of this concept.

These free worksheets are for the exclusive use of high school students.

CCSS – HS

Degrees and Radians

Generally angles are measured in degrees or radians. With this bundle of free printable worksheets, learn to convert between degrees and radians by utilizing the fact 360° = 2π radians. The exercises include angle measures that lie in the four quadrants.

Degrees and Radians

Degrees (°), Minutes ('), and Seconds ('')

Explore an exciting part of trigonometry with these free pdfs, where students transform degrees, minutes, and seconds to decimal degrees and vice versa. With oodles of practice, young learners will soon show off their skills in converting between DMS and decimal degrees.

Degrees (°), Minutes ('), and Seconds ('')

Trigonometric Ratios

Gain a competitive edge over your peers with this free trigonometry worksheet. Featuring six trig ratios, this pdf requires high school students to compute the indicated trig ratio using the given ratio. Utilize the mnemonic device "SOHCAHTOA" to remember the definitions of sine, cosine, and tangent.

Trigonometric Ratios

Simplify Expressions

Get cracking with the fundamental trigonometric identities with this meticulously designed worksheet. Simplify the expressions by using the relevant identities, and continue to group or delete terms until your arrive at the answer.

Simplify Expressions