The Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry ClipArt collection offers 495 illustrations for use in Algebra II, Trigonometry, Analytic Geometry, and PreCalculus courses. The illustrations are arranged in 13 galleries. Topics include images of conic sections (circles, ellipses, hyperbolas, and parabolas), positive and negative coterminal angles, reference angles, and angles of depression and elevation. Polar grids and trigonometric graph paper samples found here are extremely useful when teaching graphing concepts. There are several illustrations of the unit circle used for special and quadrantal angle values available as well as right and oblique triangle images for application problems. Images of trigonometric functions are also included in this gallery. For more ClipArt pertaining to these topics, visit the Geometry and Angles ClipArt sections.

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 48 illustrations of analytical geometry, which is also called coordinate geometry, Cartesian geometry, algebraic geometry, or simply analytic geometry. It is the study of geometry using principles of algebra.

Analytical Geometry

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 48 illustrations of analytical geometry, which is also called coordinate geometry, Cartesian geometry, algebraic geometry, or simply analytic geometry. It is the…

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 5 illustrations images of conic sections, or conics, in the shape of a circle. Conics are obtained by taking a cone, or conical surface, and intersecting it with a plane. Conic circles are retrieved by intersecting the plane parallel to the planes of the circles created by the bottom of the cone.

Conic Sections: Circles

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 5 illustrations images of conic sections, or conics, in the shape of a circle. Conics are obtained by taking a cone, or conical surface, and intersecting it with…

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 41 images of conic sections, or conics, in the shape of an ellipse. Conics are obtained by taking a cone, or conical surface, and intersecting it with a plane. Conic ellipses are retrieved when the intersecting cone and plane create a closed curve, except for the case where the plane that creates the closed curve is parallel to the plane of the circle created by the cone. In this case, a conic circle is created.

Conic Sections: Ellipses

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 41 images of conic sections, or conics, in the shape of an ellipse. Conics are obtained by taking a cone, or conical surface, and intersecting it with a plane.…

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 27 images of conic sections, or conics, creating hyperbolas. Conics are obtained by taking a cone, or conical surface, and intersecting it with a plane. Conic hyperbolas are retrieved by intersecting the cones with a plane, often perpendicular to the circles created by the cones. The result are unbound (meaning not closed shapes) curves that are hyperbolas.

Conic Sections: Hyperbolas

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 27 images of conic sections, or conics, creating hyperbolas. Conics are obtained by taking a cone, or conical surface, and intersecting it with a plane. Conic hyperbolas…

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 26 images of conic sections, or conics, creating parabolas. Conics are obtained by taking a cone, or conical surface, and intersecting it with a plane. Conic parabolas are retrieved by intersecting the cones with a plane that is parallel to the lines used to create the cone. In other words, the plane that cuts the conical surface is at the same angle as the lines that were used to make the cones, resulting in an unbounded (meaning not a closed shape)" curve that is a parabola.

Conic Sections: Parabolas

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 26 images of conic sections, or conics, creating parabolas. Conics are obtained by taking a cone, or conical surface, and intersecting it with a plane. Conic parabolas…

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 120 illustrations of polar graph paper with varying increments of degrees and radii.

Polar Grids

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 120 illustrations of polar graph paper with varying increments of degrees and radii.

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 14 images of angles that are often used in trigonometry. Images include angles in all four quadrants, positive and negative angles, reference angles, and angles of depression and elevation.

Trigonometry: Angles

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 14 images of angles that are often used in trigonometry. Images include angles in all four quadrants, positive and negative angles, reference angles, and angles…

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 8 illustrations of circles that are often used in trigonometry. Included are images showing arcs, angles, chords, and radians.

Trigonometry: Circles

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 8 illustrations of circles that are often used in trigonometry. Included are images showing arcs, angles, chords, and radians.

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 12 images of the graphs of the six basic trigonometric functions: sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, secant, and cosecant.

Trigonometry: Functions

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 12 images of the graphs of the six basic trigonometric functions: sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, secant, and cosecant.

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 19 illustrations of images used in trigonometry. Included are images of projectiles, vectors, and arc length.

Trigonometry: General

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 19 illustrations of images used in trigonometry. Included are images of projectiles, vectors, and arc length.

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 119 images of blank trigonometric graphs/grids that can be used as graph paper. There are various domains, marked increments of pi, and ranges, marked in integral increments.

Trigonometry: Graphs

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 119 images of blank trigonometric graphs/grids that can be used as graph paper. There are various domains, marked increments of pi, and ranges, marked in integral…

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 41 images of right and oblique triangles that can be used with trigonometry problems involving solving triangles. There are also several images that can be used for application problems (crossing a river, lake, city block). For more triangles that can be used in trigonometry, see the Miscellaneous Triangles and Miscellaneous Right Triangles galleries.

Trigonometry: Triangles

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 41 images of right and oblique triangles that can be used with trigonometry problems involving solving triangles. There are also several images that can be used…

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 17 illustrations of the unit circle commonly used when teaching trigonometry. The unit circle is a circle centered at the origin with a radius of 1 unit. It is a tool used when teaching the values of the trigonometric functions (sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, secant, and cosecant) at all points on the circle.

Unit Circles

This mathematics ClipArt gallery offers 17 illustrations of the unit circle commonly used when teaching trigonometry. The unit circle is a circle centered at the origin with a radius of 1 unit. It is…