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analysis.special_functions.trigonometric.angle

The type of angles #

In this file we define real.angle to be the quotient group ℝ/2πℤ and prove a few simple lemmas about trigonometric functions and angles.

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noncomputable def real.angle.inhabited  :
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noncomputable def real.angle.coe_hom  :

Coercion ℝ → angle as an additive homomorphism.

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theorem real.angle.induction_on {p : real.angle → Prop} (θ : real.angle) (h : ∀ (x : ), p x) :
p θ

An induction principle to deduce results for angle from those for , used with induction θ using real.angle.induction_on.

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theorem real.angle.coe_zero  :
0 = 0
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theorem real.angle.coe_add (x y : ) :
(x + y) = x + y
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theorem real.angle.coe_neg (x : ) :
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theorem real.angle.coe_sub (x y : ) :
(x - y) = x - y
theorem real.angle.coe_nsmul (n : ) (x : ) :
(n x) = n x
theorem real.angle.coe_zsmul (z : ) (x : ) :
(z x) = z x
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theorem real.angle.coe_nat_mul_eq_nsmul (x : ) (n : ) :
(n * x) = n x
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theorem real.angle.coe_int_mul_eq_zsmul (x : ) (n : ) :
(n * x) = n x
theorem real.angle.angle_eq_iff_two_pi_dvd_sub {ψ θ : } :
θ = ψ ∃ (k : ), θ - ψ = 2 * real.pi * k
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theorem real.angle.coe_two_pi  :
(2 * real.pi) = 0
theorem real.angle.zsmul_eq_iff {ψ θ : real.angle} {z : } (hz : z 0) :
z ψ = z θ ∃ (k : fin z.nat_abs), ψ = θ + k (2 * real.pi / z)
theorem real.angle.nsmul_eq_iff {ψ θ : real.angle} {n : } (hz : n 0) :
n ψ = n θ ∃ (k : fin n), ψ = θ + k (2 * real.pi / n)
theorem real.angle.two_zsmul_eq_iff {ψ θ : real.angle} :
2 ψ = 2 θ ψ = θ ψ = θ + real.pi
theorem real.angle.two_nsmul_eq_iff {ψ θ : real.angle} :
2 ψ = 2 θ ψ = θ ψ = θ + real.pi
theorem real.angle.eq_neg_self_iff {θ : real.angle} :
θ = -θ θ = 0 θ = real.pi
theorem real.angle.neg_eq_self_iff {θ : real.angle} :
-θ = θ θ = 0 θ = real.pi
theorem real.angle.cos_sin_inj {θ ψ : } (Hcos : real.cos θ = real.cos ψ) (Hsin : real.sin θ = real.sin ψ) :
θ = ψ
noncomputable def real.angle.sin (θ : real.angle) :

The sine of a real.angle.

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theorem real.angle.sin_coe (x : ) :
noncomputable def real.angle.cos (θ : real.angle) :

The cosine of a real.angle.

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theorem real.angle.cos_coe (x : ) :
theorem real.angle.cos_eq_iff_eq_or_eq_neg {θ ψ : real.angle} :
θ.cos = ψ.cos θ = ψ θ = -ψ
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theorem real.angle.sin_zero  :
0.sin = 0
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theorem real.angle.sin_neg (θ : real.angle) :
(-θ).sin = -θ.sin
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theorem real.angle.sin_add_pi (θ : real.angle) :
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theorem real.angle.sin_sub_pi (θ : real.angle) :
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theorem real.angle.cos_zero  :
0.cos = 1
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theorem real.angle.cos_neg (θ : real.angle) :
(-θ).cos = θ.cos
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theorem real.angle.cos_add_pi (θ : real.angle) :
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theorem real.angle.cos_sub_pi (θ : real.angle) :
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noncomputable def real.angle.to_real (θ : real.angle) :

Convert a real.angle to a real number in the interval Ioc (-π) π.

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theorem real.angle.to_real_inj {θ ψ : real.angle} :
θ.to_real = ψ.to_real θ = ψ
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theorem real.angle.coe_to_real (θ : real.angle) :
(θ.to_real) = θ
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theorem real.angle.to_real_eq_zero_iff {θ : real.angle} :
θ.to_real = 0 θ = 0
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noncomputable def real.angle.sign (θ : real.angle) :

The sign of a real.angle is 0 if the angle is 0 or π, 1 if the angle is strictly between 0 and π and -1 is the angle is strictly between and 0. It is defined as the sign of the sine of the angle.

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theorem real.angle.sign_zero  :
0.sign = 0
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theorem real.angle.sign_neg (θ : real.angle) :
(-θ).sign = -θ.sign
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theorem continuous_on.angle_sign_comp {α : Type u_1} [topological_space α] {f : α → real.angle} {s : set α} (hf : continuous_on f s) (hs : ∀ (z : α), z sf z 0 f z real.pi) :
theorem real.angle.sign_eq_of_continuous_on {α : Type u_1} [topological_space α] {f : α → real.angle} {s : set α} {x y : α} (hc : is_connected s) (hf : continuous_on f s) (hs : ∀ (z : α), z sf z 0 f z real.pi) (hx : x s) (hy : y s) :
(f y).sign = (f x).sign

Suppose a function to angles is continuous on a connected set and never takes the values 0 or π on that set. Then the values of the function on that set all have the same sign.