Nitsáhákees:

Nahatá:

# Angle Measurements

##### There are several different methods used in mathematics and engineering/science fields to look at angle measures. We will take a look at several, the first will be Navigational Direction Reading followed by the Traditional Trigonometric Angle Reading and the last will be a new form which I will call, "Angle Reading with Navajo Influence".

 From\To: Blanca Peak Mt. Taylor San Francisco Pk. Hesperus Peak Huerfano Mtn.

Blanca Peak:
Mount Taylor:
San Francisco Peaks:
Hesperus Peak:

##### Let us now look at the angle measurements as we would in a traditional trigonometry course. Recall that when we place two half lines and its vertex in standard position, the vertex would be at the origin and the initial side of the angle would be on the positive x-axis. If we rotate an angle counterclockwise, then we consider the angle to have a positive measure. Thus, we get the following when we look at each mountain separately.
Blanca Peak:
Mount Taylor:
San Francisco Peaks:
Hesperus Peak:

Iiná:

Blanca Peak:
Mount Taylor:
Humphreys Peak:
Hesperus Peak