Trigonometry – is one concept in the world of Math that can be daunting and crucial at the same time. Besides having many ways to learn this complex topic like apps, games, and books, quotes can make learning this topic a fun and easy ride.

When quotes are added to the classroom environment, these can make one enthusiastic about what lies ahead as there is a continuation in the education in trigonometry. Even if one is not very fond of math and numbers, reading these quotes might change the perspective.

Some quotes will challenge preconceived ideas the student has about trigonometry, while others will be a reminder of why studying math is rewarding. Here are some quotes from intelligent minds who have put their time into expanding on other people’s thoughts.

**Famous quotes on trigonometry**

*1. Can you imagine young people nowadays making a study of trigonometry for the fun of it? Well, I did.*– Clyde Tombaugh

*1. Can you imagine young people nowadays making a study of trigonometry for the fun of it? Well, I did.*

*2. A surprise trigonometry quiz that everyone in class fails? Must be in the Lord’s plan to give us challenges*.- Nicholas Sparks

*2. A surprise trigonometry quiz that everyone in class fails? Must be in the Lord’s plan to give us challenges*

*3. I was trying to unravel the complicated trigonometry of the radical thought that silence could make up the greatest lie ever told.* — Pat Conroy

*3. I was trying to unravel the complicated trigonometry of the radical thought that silence could make up the greatest lie ever told.*

*4. I love reading poetry, and yet, at this point, the thought of writing a poem, to me, is tantamount to figuring out a trigonometry question.* — Jhumpa Lahiri

*4. I love reading poetry, and yet, at this point, the thought of writing a poem, to me, is tantamount to figuring out a trigonometry question.*

*5. Maths is at only one remove from magic.*― Neel Burton

*5. Maths is at only one remove from magic.*

*6. Two of the most important function classes: are exponential and trigonometric functions*. -Metin Bektas

*6. Two of the most important function classes: are exponential and trigonometric functions*

*7. You cannot say, “I will look it up.” Your birthday and social security number are things you look up; trigonometric functions and identities are what you know all the time.* – Ramamurti Shankar

*7. You cannot say, “I will look it up.” Your birthday and social security number are things you look up; trigonometric functions and identities are what you know all the time.*

*8. All over China, parents tell their children to stop complaining and to finish their quadratic equations and trigonometric functions because there are sixty-five million American kids going to bed with no math at all.* – Author: Michael Cunningham

*8. All over China, parents tell their children to stop complaining and to finish their quadratic equations and trigonometric functions because there are sixty-five million American kids going to bed with no math at all.*

*9. Trigonometry is a Sine of the times*. – Unknown

*9. Trigonometry is a Sine of the times*

*10. A considerable portion of my high school trigonometry course was devoted to the solution of oblique triangles… I have still not had an excuse for using my talents for solving oblique triangles. If a professional mathematician never uses these dull techniques in a highly varied career, why must all high school students devote several weeks to the subject? * – John G Kemeny

*10. A considerable portion of my high school trigonometry course was devoted to the solution of oblique triangles… I have still not had an excuse for using my talents for solving oblique triangles. If a professional mathematician never uses these dull techniques in a highly varied career, why must all high school students devote several weeks to the subject?*

*11. The teachers that we actually learn more from are the ones that taught us life lessons more than trigonometry. And they have such a huge responsibility and they’re under-appreciated and underpaid. So that’s my opinion of teachers *– Justin Timberlake

*11. The teachers that we actually learn more from are the ones that taught us life lessons more than trigonometry. And they have such a huge responsibility and they’re under-appreciated and underpaid. So that’s my opinion of teachers*

*12. I was not allowed to take spherical trigonometry because I’d sprained my ankle. Because I’d sprained my ankle, I had an incomplete in the gym, phys ed. And the rule was that if you had an incomplete in anything, you were not allowed to take an overload.* — William Shockley

*12. I was not allowed to take spherical trigonometry because I’d sprained my ankle. Because I’d sprained my ankle, I had an incomplete in the gym, phys ed. And the rule was that if you had an incomplete in anything, you were not allowed to take an overload.*

*13. Life and trigonometry both are the same. They both have formulas to solve problems but where which formula is applied; that’s difficult to understand. *– Anonymous

*13. Life and trigonometry both are the same. They both have formulas to solve problems but where which formula is applied; that’s difficult to understand.*

*14. Even at midnight, the city groans in the heat. We have had no rain for quite a while. The traffic sounds below ride the night air in waves of trigonometry, the cosine of a siren, the tangent of a sigh, a system, an axis, a logic to this chaos, yes.* — Lorrie Moore

*14. Even at midnight, the city groans in the heat. We have had no rain for quite a while. The traffic sounds below ride the night air in waves of trigonometry, the cosine of a siren, the tangent of a sigh, a system, an axis, a logic to this chaos, yes.*

*15. Life is like Trigonometry, it needs to be hence proved, It doesn’t matter which formula we had used.* – Pradeep Kr.

*15. Life is like Trigonometry, it needs to be hence proved, It doesn’t matter which formula we had used.*

*16. Trig identities are just formulas that help us manipulate trigonometric expressions.* – Krista King Math

*16. Trig identities are just formulas that help us manipulate trigonometric expressions.*

*17. Life is like a trigonometry problem. When we start it, every step becomes difficult. At many places, we think let’s quit, do another one, but at the end, we proudly say, hence proved. * – Gaurav Sharma

*17. Life is like a trigonometry problem. When we start it, every step becomes difficult. At many places, we think let’s quit, do another one, but at the end, we proudly say, hence proved.*

**Trigonometry quotes: How can they be used by teachers and parents?**

We have probably heard the saying, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” Well, the same principle applies to quotes when it comes to teaching and learning trigonometry. Quotes make learning trigonometry fun. Trigonometry can be tricky, especially for students who are new to it. That’s where these interesting quotes can come in handy. They can help spark a student’s interest in the topic and make learning trigonometry a little bit more fun.

When it comes to teaching trigonometry, using quotes can really help simplify things. After all, a good quote can pack a lot of punch in just a few words. For example, here’s one from Albert Einstein: “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.” It’s a great way to explain the concept of simplifying trigonometric equations.

Quotes can provide the motivation students need to learn. As a parent or teacher, you can use quotes to introduce new concepts and to help students understand why it’s important to learn trigonometry.

Quotes can help illustrate real-world applications of trigonometry. You can use quotes to encourage further exploration of the topic.

**Conclusion**

When teaching trigonometry, parents and teachers can use quotes to help students better understand the concepts involved. A quote can help to illustrate a point in a way that formula or set of numbers cannot, and it can also help to make the material more interesting and memorable.

Parents and teachers can use quotes to help teach trigonometry in a way that is more interesting and engaging for students. Quotes can help explain difficult concepts in a more relatable way, and they can also serve as inspiration for students as they work through their trigonometry homework.

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