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019-Expona Sings: "Merry Old Angle Zone"

posted Jul 29, 2012, 4:41 AM by Gregory Taylor

EXPONA SINGS 01

abx + c  presents....

"Merry Old Angle Zone"
  (*aka "Merry Old Land of Oz", Wizard of Oz)

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London 2011 Audio:  YouTube Here

Movie Fandub:  YouTube Here

Lyrics: YouTube Here

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Sin - Cos - Tan, Csc - Sec - Cot
And they each have their inverses
That's how we learn our trig today,
Know the angles and pass your quiz

Sin is y, Cos is x
If hypotenuse one we force
A unit circle all the way,
Know the angles and pass your course


Sine goes up to one and down to minus one.
Make a shift for Cosine, that graph's also done.
Son of a gun!


Sin - Cos - Tan, Csc - Sec - Cot
And they each have their inverses
That's how we learn our trig today,
Know the angles and pass your quiz.

Sin is y, Cos is x
(y, y, x, x, source?)
A unit circle all the way,
Know the ah-ha-ha oh-ho-ho,
  know the angles and pass your course.


(Option A:
Sin - Cos - Tan, Csc - Sec - Cot
And they each have their inverses
That's how we learn our trig today,
Know the angles and pass, angles and pass,
      angles and pass, angles and pass...)

Option B:
Here we go, from what you know, to more graphs with due care. )


 (scarecrow:)
Tangent here, never fear
If you spot all the asymptotes,
Across the range this curve is clear,
Know the angles and check your notes




 (tin man:)
Cotangent, no lament
The form is much the same,
Just watch your start and your descent,
Know the angles and check your aim



 
(Dorothy:)
We can graph the inverses, if you compel.
Can you restrict those domains to function well?
Uh huh!
Isn't that swell!




  (lion:)
Cosecant, and Secant, exist where Sine does not
Their curves won't slant as you transplant
Know the angles and watch your plot



Sin - Cos - Tan, Csc - Sec - Cot,
 ArcSin, ArcCos too!
That's how we learn our trig today,
(Option:
 Know the angles and pass it's true!
 That's how we learn our trig today,)

Know the ah-ha-ha ah-ha-ha, ah-ha-ha ah-ha-ha... (etc)

Know the angles and pass, angles and pass,
 angles and circles and waveforms and pass, it's true!



Author Notes:
The trouble with musicals would appear to be the lack of a single definitive version.  What I found out there didn't always match, thus the "Options", depending on what YouTube link you clicked, or for that matter depending on what you may recall from a recent performance in a local high school.
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