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Okay this video shows you how to fill out the unit circle relatively easy first thing you want to start out with is zero radians and sorry zero degrees and zero radians then we go up to here we have how many degrees 30 45 and 60 all right then you know that PI over six is thirty degrees PI over four is 45 and PI over three is sixty so that was easy up here on the top we have 90 degrees PI over two now let's to go through the points these ones we use you again unit circle so the x value is 1 the Y value is 0 unit circle the x value is 0 the Y value is 1 now how do you remember these 3 points either commit them to memory or here's a little trick they're all fractions right and they're all over 2 so we can basically write this we can write divide by 2 divide by 2 divide by 2 divide by 2 divide by 2 divide by 2 all right and then what we're going to do is start up here and walk straight down and go with 1 2 3 and then come back up the right side 1 2 3 we are going to square root each of the numerators so the square root of 1 is 1 square root of 3 the square root of 2 the square root of 2 the square root of 3 and the square root of 1 is 1 so there we have it we have all the points all three points here but they're just rotated you know around here this entire circle the same 3 points sometimes they're negative and sometimes they're positive just depending on quadrant Thorian we have basically all the degrees going around and we have all the radians going around now as well the radians are easy watch PI over 6 that's 30 degrees going down to 30 degrees to PI over 6 another 33 PI over 6 another 34 PI over 6 another 35 PI over 6 so I'm just going with that one 5 PI over 6 every odd I'm going to put down there 6 PI over 6 7 PI over 6 8 PI over 6 9 PI over 6 10 PI over 6 again only the odd ones 11 PI over 6 all right then we can go around and do the PI's over 3 1 PI over 3 2 PI over 3 3 PI over 3 4 PI over 3 C I'm going 60 degrees every time I do it and it's nice it's there so you can see the 60 right now I'm gonna go another 60 that would be this length here the same as this length here 4 PI over 3 5 PI over 3 then 6 PI over 3 all right let's go around and finish it off with 45s PI over 4 to PI over

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What is another word for fill up?
v. To put as much as possible into. pack, stuff, load, lade, replenish, furnish, supply, satisfy, fulfill, sate, satiate, gorge, blow up, fill up, pump up, puff up, inflate, fuel, fill to capacity, fill to overflowing, swell, charge, cram in, ram, crowd, jam, top off*. Antonyms empty, exhaust, drain*.
What is the synonym of fill?
pack, stuff, load, lade, replenish, furnish, supply, satisfy, fulfill, sate, satiate, gorge, blow up, fill up, pump up, puff up, inflate, fuel, fill to capacity, fill to overflowing, swell, charge, cram in, ram, crowd, jam, top off*.
What is the synonym of write?
author, pen, scratch (out), scribble. Words Related to write. cast, compose, craft, draft, draw up, formulate, frame, prepare. recast, redraft, revise, rewrite.
What is the synonym of has?
Synonyms of have bear, birth [chiefly dialect], deliver, drop, mother, produce.
What is the meaning of filling up?
1 : to enrich (something, such as a design) with detail. 2 : to give necessary or recently acquired information to I'll fill you in. intransitive verb. : to fill a vacancy usually temporarily interns filled in for regular staffers. Synonyms More Example Sentences Learn More about fill-in.
What is the meaning of filled up?
to become full, or to make something become full: The seats in the hall were filling up fast. He filled up the tank with petrol.
What is the difference between full and fill?
Full is an adjective, and means 'containing a lot': The theatre is completely full this evening. Fill is a verb, and means 'make or become full'.
What do you mean by fill?
filled in; filling in; fills in. Definition of fill in (Entry 2 of 2) transitive verb. 1 : to enrich (something, such as a design) with detail. 2 : to give necessary or recently acquired information to I'll fill you in.
What is the synonym of field?
Synonyms of field area, arena, bailiwick, barony, business, circle, demesne, department, discipline, domain, element, fief, fiefdom, firmament, front, game, kingdom, line, precinct, province, realm, specialty, sphere, terrain, walk.
What is the synonym of fields?
Synonyms of field area, arena, bailiwick, barony, business, circle, demesne, department, discipline, domain, element, fief, fiefdom, firmament, front, game, kingdom, line, precinct, province, realm, specialty, sphere, terrain, walk.
What is another word for field of study?
Alternate Synonyms for "field of study": discipline; subject; subject area; subject field; field; study; bailiwick; branch of knowledge; knowledge domain; knowledge base.
What is the synonym of help?
abetment, aid, assist, assistance, backing, boost, hand, helping hand, leg up, lift, support. Words Related to help. advancement, encouragement, facilitation, forwarding, furtherance, furthering, nurturance.
What is another word for specialty?
aptitude, aptness, bent, faculty, flair, genius, gift, knack, talent. pursuit, racket, vocation. inclination, leaning, partiality, penchant, predilection, predisposition, proclivity, propensity, tendency.
What Does filled up mean?
Verb. 1. fill up - make full, also in a metaphorical sense; "fill a container"; "fill the child with pride"
What does it mean to fill something up?
fill (something) up. \u2014 phrasal verb with fill verb us \u200b /f\u026al/ B1 to become full, or to make something become full: The restaurant soon filled up with people.
What Does filled in mean?
transitive verb. 1 : to enrich (something, such as a design) with detail. 2 : to give necessary or recently acquired information to I'll fill you in.
When to use fill up and fill out?
So we see that fill in\u201d and fill out\u201d mean to complete a questionnaire, survey or form with the necessary information. Fill up\u201d means to make something full, generally with a liquid. As mentioned by the dictionary, it is often used to refer to a car's fuel tank. For example I need to fill up my car\u201d.
What does fill you out mean?
Fill You In Meaning Definition: To give someone information about something that that person missed or didn't know.
What does filling you up mean?
"To fill someone up" can also mean to make someone feel a complete person, fulfilled, without necessarily a sexual connotation. I would say this is normally only used if there is some sort of helping noun following the expression to avoid the sexual connotation that is inherent in it. He fills me (up) with joy.
What does feel you up mean?
feel someone up Touch or fondle someone sexually, as in She complained that her boss tried to feel her up. [ Early 1900s]