Maths - Basic angles, distances and coordinates
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# Maths - Basic angles, distances and coordinates

The fundamentals of Pythagoras, trigonometry, coordinates and whole circle bearings
4.9 (26 ratings)
1,413 students enrolled
Created by Saffron Grant
Last updated 6/2015
English
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Includes:
• 1.5 hours on-demand video
• 2 Supplemental Resources
• Access on mobile and TV
• Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
• Calculate the diagonal (hypotenuse) using Pythagoras' Theorum
• Plot co-ordinates in relation to each other
• Convert decimal angles into degrees minutes and seconds
• Calculate angles and distances using trigonometry
• Work with whole circle bearings
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Requirements
• You will need a scientific calculator which has 'degrees, minutes and seconds' button
Description

The format of the course is narrated explanations and calculations. Its exactly the way that I've explained these things to hundreds of students and how I would explain them if you were sitting next to me right now!

The course covers the very basic aspects of:

• Pythagoras
• Angles (degrees, minutes and seconds)
• Trigonometry
• Coordinates
• Whole circle bearings
The course assumes that you have zero knowledge of these topics so its perfect for you if you are:
• completely new to the topics
• need a refresher
• are struggling with these or related topics
Who is the target audience?
• This course is meant for anyone who would like to understand the basics of of angles, Pythagoras, trigonometry, coordinates and whole circle bearings.
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Curriculum For This Course
24 Lectures
01:41:50
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Introduction
1 Lecture 01:00

A brief introduction on how to use the course.

Preview 01:00
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Pythagoras
4 Lectures 10:02

A brief introduction to this section.

Preview 00:35

The basic principle of Pythagoras theorem and some simple examples with numbers in.

Preview 06:37

A worked example with each step explained.

Preview 01:32

Preview 01:18

Some simple examples for you to try

Pythagoras
3 questions
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Angles
4 Lectures 17:36

A brief introduction to the section.

Introduction to angles section
00:50

A very basic explanation of what is meant by 'degrees, minutes and seconds'.

Introduction to 'degrees, minutes and seconds'
03:45

Convert decimal degrees into the 'degrees, minutes and seconds' format, add angles together and subtract angles from each other without using a calculator.

11:37

Convert decimal angles to DMS in your calculator
01:24

Test yourself on some simple angle calculations

Angles
6 questions
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Trigonomety
3 Lectures 22:56

A brief introduction to the section.

Introduction to trigonometry section
00:42

In this lecture you will learn how to use the basic trigonometry formulas and go through some simple examples with numbers in.

Trigonometry basics
19:32

Enter INVERSE sin, cos and tan into your calculator
02:42

Trigonometry
2 questions
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Coordinates
3 Lectures 18:25

A brief introduction to the section.

Introduction to coordinates section
00:36

A basic explanation of the principle of coordinates, how they work, what they are used for and instructions on how to plot coordinates indicatively on a diagram.

Introduction to coordinates
14:37

A worked example of how to calculate the distance between two points of which you know the coordinates.

Distance between two coordinates - worked example
03:12

Coordinates Quiz
7 questions
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Whole circle bearings
6 Lectures 24:30

A brief introduction to the section.

Introduction to whole circle bearings section
01:08

How to identify the whole circle bearing between two points and how to calculate the back bearing when you know the forward bearing.

Whole circle bearings
08:00

A worked example for the scenario where the WCB is in quadrant 1 (between 0 and 90 degrees, with 0 degrees being vertically upwards).

Whole circle bearing - worked example 1
03:12

A worked example for the scenario where the WCB is in quadrant 2 (between 90 and 180 degrees, with 0 degrees being vertically upwards).

Whole circle bearing - worked example 2
04:00

A worked example for the scenario where the WCB is in quadrant 3 (between 180 and 270 degrees, with 0 degrees being vertically upwards).

Whole circle bearing - worked example 3
04:00

A worked example for the scenario where the WCB is in quadrant 4 (between 270 and 360 degrees, with 0 degrees being vertically upwards).

Whole circle bearing - worked example 4
04:10

Whole circle bearings Quiz
4 questions
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Test yourself!
2 Lectures 00:00

Test yourself on what you've learnt. There are some basic questions and some which require you to extrapolate what you've learnt.

Test yourself!
6 pages

1 page
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Summary
1 Lecture 00:21

A brief sign off from the instructor.

Sign off from instructor
00:21