Now try to design your own ‘trig table’ problem. Think about how much information you need to give. Do you want there to be only one way to complete the empty cells?
We have provided some blank tables: one for you to use as the problem table and one for you to fill in as a suggested solution. You can use the ‘Notes’ space to give any extra details such as a range of values of \(\theta\) or possible functions that could be used to complete the table.