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Where There is Pattern, There Is Significance

by Lloyd Olson (North Dakota State University)

This article originally appeared in:
College Mathematics Journal
September, 1989

Subject classification(s): Geometry and Topology | Trigonometry | Trigonometric Identities | Numbers and Computation | Number Concepts | Complex Numbers
Applicable Course(s): 2.2 Trigonometry | 2.3 College Algebra & Trigonometry combined | 4.19 Complex Variables

An interesting pattern in the tangent of multiples of an angle is verified.

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