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Why sin and cos don't mean anything

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Why sin and cos don't mean anything

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So, yes, the title is, rather than trigonometric, slightly hyperbolic. Sin and cos are a corruption of the word sinus, and so do have a lexical root and broader meaning. But the point I'm trying to make here is that there is no connection between the word sinus and what the functions actually correspond to. Any true meaning was lost in the successive translations and transliterations from sanskrit. So while sin and cos do have /a/ meaning, I guess what I'm saying is that they don't have a /meaningful/ meaning.

Also I apologise for any pronunciation mistakes in this. I'm a scientist, not a linguist! Also also yes I'm aware that there are differences between Persian (in various stages) and Arabic.

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sin,cos, tan ইত্যাদি ত্রিকোণমিতিক অনুপাতগুলা কী? কীভাবে? কোত্থেকে এল?

এই ভিডিওতে ত্রিকোণমিতিক অনুপাত sin,cos,tan,cosec,sec,cot এই নামগুলো কোত্থেকে কীভাবে এলো তা বিস্তারিত আলোচনা করা হয়েছে যা জানার পর শিক্ষার্থীদের ত্রিকোণমিতি তথা গণিতের প্রতি ভালোলাগা ও ভালোবাসার পরিমানটা অনেক বেড়ে যাবে।
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