BASIC PROGRAMSFIND SUQARE ROOT OF NUMBERS10 REM FIND SUQARE ROOT OF NUMBERS Table of Contents 20 INPUT “ENTER FIRST NUMBER OF RANGE”; A 30 INPUT “ENTER LAST NUMBER OF RANGE”; B 40 FOR I = A TO B 50 PRINT “THE SUARE ROOT OF “; A; “IS “;SQR(A) 60 NEXT A 70 END
FIND SQUARE ROOT OF S ROUNDED UP TO AN INTEGER10 REM FIND SUQARE ROOT S 20 INPUT “ENTER NUMBER”; A 30 S = INT(SQR(A)) 40 PRINT “THE SQUARE ROOT OF S ROUNDED OFF “;A; “IS “; S 50 END
FIND THE COSINE OF KNOW VALUES10 REM FIND TANGENT OF GIVEN ANGLE 20 INPUT “ENTER NUMBER”; A 30 S = TAN(A) 40 PRINT “THE TANGENT OF “;A; “IS “; S 50 END
PLOT SINE WAVE CURVEWe can get the y position of sine wave at any of these 360 points by using the SIN command. Unfortunately the SIN command requires the input Radians but we can convert degrees to radians but multiplying the degrees by 0.017453. so to get the Y position of the sine wave at 90 degrees we would use this
PRINT SIN(90*0.017453) Of course using a scale of 1 to +1 is a bit limited in my opinion and it requires a bit of multiplication and addition so that we can get a range of something like 0 to 100 with 50 being the midpoint. To make this so:
10 PRINT (SIN (dg% *0.017453)*50)+50 20 SCREEN 13 30 FOR X%= 0 TO 360 40 PSET (X%, (SIN(X%*0.017453)*50)+50),15 50 NEXT X% 60 END
PLOT COSINE CURVE20 SCREEN 13 30 FOR x% = 0 to 360 40 PSET (x%, (COS(x%*0.017453)*50)+50),15 50 NEXT x% 60 END


ASSESSMENT  ® Write a BASIC program to find the tangent of an angle
Student are allowed to give corrections to the assessment given by the teacher ,while the teacher support s them in order to guide them 
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