Sines, cosines, and tangents, oh my!

But there’s more: Use Desmos to easily graph inverse trig relations and functions, or to build interactive unit circles and sine wave tracers.

Get started with the video on the right, then dive deeper with the resources and challenges below.

## Pro Tips

Easily switch between radians and degrees by clicking the wrench icon in the top right of the graph.

Display pi labels on the axes by typing pi for the step of the axis.

## Supported Trig Functions

### Basic Trig Functions:

Function: | Type in... |
---|---|

Sine | sin( ) |

Cosine | cos( ) |

Tangent | tan( ) |

Cosecant | csc( ) |

Secant | sec( ) |

Cotangent | cot( ) |

### Inverse Trig Functions:

Function: | Type in... |
---|---|

Inverse Sine | arcsin( ) |

Inverse Cosine | arccos( ) |

Inverse Tangent | arctan( ) |

Inverse Cosecant | arccsc( ) |

Inverse Secant | arcsec( ) |

Inverse Cotangent | arccot( ) |

### Hyperbolic Trig Functions:

Function: | Type in... |
---|---|

Hyperbolic Sine | sinh( ) |

Hyperbolic Cosine | cosh( ) |

Hyperbolic Tangent | tanh( ) |

Hyperbolic Cosecant | csch( ) |

Hyperbolic Secant | sech( ) |

Hyperbolic Cotangent | coth( ) |

## Trigonometry in Action

### "The best way to learn is to do." – Paul Halmos

### Graphing Challenges

Stretch your trigonometry skills with Graphing Challenges.

### Example Graphs

Learn more about trigonometry by exploring our Example Graphs.