## Inspiration

I am currently taking trigonometry at school and was asked to find cotangent of 50 degrees for my math homework. However, my calculator did not have a button to do that! I wanted to make a calculator that did have buttons for the other three trig functions, secant, cosecant, and cotangent.

## What it does

The user inputs an angle measure in radians, then selects which trig function they want the value of. The program returns that value.

## How I built it

I built this program using Java in Eclipse.

## Challenges I ran into

The default Math functions only took in radians, so my program is limited to taking in radians.

## Accomplishments that I'm proud of

It is a functional program, although it is not user proof.

## What I learned

I learned how to import images into Java! I also learned how to organize all the JPanels.

## What's next for TrigCalculator

I want to make it work with degrees, and also make buttons around the picture of the unit circle to auto select angle measures.

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