VedicMaths.Org Conference

Trigonometry Course

The course is run by in conjunction with the Vedic Mathematics Academy.

Description: This course develops Trigonometry in a very simple and natural way. Participants can view the book "A Trillion Triangles" and study it along with video lessons. A plan will be provided showing how this works in detail.

For young students (grade 5 or over), or anyone unsure of their basic geometry, enrolling at least a week early will allow time to read the first 4 chapters of the free book and do the exercises (see Course Content below).

Enrolling in the course (cost $45) you have:
- a trainer to answer questions,
- regular tests,
- discussion forums,
- a certificate for those who pass.

Course start: 18th May 2020 - 4 weeks
Mode: 100 % Online.
9 Video Lessons (plus 7 optional ones - see list at the bottom of this page) with online Tests and Forum discussions.
Self paced: watch videos each week at any time that suits you. Lessons are 20 minutes long on average. Each week has a test and there are additional exercises in the videos.
Enrol and study from any part of the globe.
No prerequisites - anyone can join.
Cost: $45.
Course created and delivered by Kenneth Williams.

Testimonials from previous course

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Course Content
Prior to course start:
Pythagoras’ theorem, triples (pages 1 to 43 of 'A Trillion Triangles' book)

Week 1 (1 video):
Triples, triple notation etc.
Triple addition
Quadrant angles
Rotations with triples

Week 2 (2 videos):
Triple subtraction
Angle between 2 lines
Distance of a Point from a Line
Manipulating square roots
Double angle
Triple Geometry
Special angles
Half angle

Week 3 (4 videos):
Solution of triangles
Triangles – finding a side
Triangles – finding an angle

Week 4 (2 videos):
Compound angles
Inverse functions
Trig. proofs
Trig. equations
Trig. Equations – a special type

Optional videos:
Rotations of lines and curves, and reflections
Inverse functions
Triple code numbers
Code numbers and angles
Complex numbers
The Mandelbrot set