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When algebra meets geometry

Do you hate how hard it is to memorize trigonometry formulas? Yeah, me too. But don’t worry, this story is not about that, yikes! For big boys reading this, give me a sec to explain to the two-year-olds here with us who don’t know what trigonometry is :)




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