Recent Examples of trig from the Web
There are a lot of advantages to the Babylonian trig system, according to Wildberger.
According to the researchers, Plimpton 322 is a trig table, similar to the ones seen in every high school math textbook, except Plimpton 322 uses triangles instead of circles and angles.
There are 13 students scheduled to take algebra II/trig honors and five for Spanish II honors.
Spanish II honors will be offered at HMS, and algebra II/trig honors be offered at CHMS, with District 181 providing transportation for students traveling between buildings.
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Origin and Etymology of trig
First Known Use: circa 1878See Words from the same year
Examples of trig in a Sentence
to the office she wears trig two-piece suits that are fashionable but still businesslike
Synonymsantiseptic, bandbox, crisp, groomed, kempt, orderly, picked up, prim, shipshape, smug, snug, tidied, tidy, neat, trim, uncluttered, well-groomed
Antonymsdisheveled (or dishevelled), disordered, disorderly, messy, mussed, mussy, sloven, slovenly, unkempt, untidy
Related Wordsdapper, natty, saucy, smart, spiffy, spruce; immaculate, spick-and-span (or spic-and-span), spotless; rakish, sleek, streamlined, taut; organized, straight, systematic
Near Antonymsscruffy, seedy, shabby, slipshod, sloppy; dirty, filthy, foul, nasty, sordid, squalid; dowdy, frowsy (or frowzy), rumpled, tousled, tumbled; disorganized, unsystematic
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