Compound Angle

What is compound angle?

The algebraic sum (+) or difference (-) of two or more angles is called a compound Angle.

For example, if α, β, γ are three given angles then each of the angles (α + β), (α - β), (β + γ), (β - γ), (α - β + γ), (β - γ - α) is called a compound angle.

Under compound angle we will deal with the trigonometrical ratios of compound angles and develop the formulae for these kinds of angles, and also study their application.

 Compound Angle

11 and 12 Grade Math

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