Did/do you enjoy learning trigonometry in school?
Enjoyed it a LOT more than geometry.
Who doesn't love a long, complicated trig identity?
Yep, I'm one of the few kids that enjoys doing math no matter what.
Meh. It was easy
As Harlan Cotterrie once said, "triggeronomy."
Didn't take trig. Went straight from algebra 2 to college algebra to calc. Messed up right?
Trig was included in our Algebra 2 class
I was one of the twisted kids who liked algebra, trig, geometry, & calculus.
I never took Trig, so I'm going with a no on this one.
That class was great fun. Most days we could get the teacher to do our homework on the overhead projector. And he was basketball coach so many days we could get him to talk the whole hour about a game or the refs or whatever.
I did like trig but geometry was my favorite. Calculus....not as much.
No, all math is terrible.
It was like the first math class I hated. Changed schools (and districts) and the new school felt it best to put me in "Honors Trig" and it was painful. ... I can laugh about it now, haha!
I always liked solving triangles. SAS, ASA, etc.
Taking an honours course now. I never enjoyed math, and this is no exception.
Technically, it's Algebra 2/Trigonometry.
Trigonometry was easily my favorite experience with mathematics from middle school all the way through calc 3 in college. It was very logic-based, and proofs were like solving puzzles! I was able to fully understand the underlying concepts as well
Which is something that isn't always true for math and science classes.
Love proofs! And I was so good at them. Not bragging, just fact. In the 70s this was geometry, all proofs. Got a 98 on the NYS regents exam.
I loved math, so yes.
If the subject had anything to do with math, my answer is no. :)
Lol. What was your favorite subject?
In order: PE