First bubble is radius of something you make with CoSine.

You need to create value that always increases and put it into the 2nd bubble, so it thing you create with CoSine moving.

Third bubble is position of thing you make. Hope this helps, and welcome to the forum!

# Sine And Cosine Help

**DMF**#21

**MakeMeACode**#22

Thankyou and thankyou again (1st thankyou: for helping me with sin and con and 2nd thankyou for welcoming me to the forum!)

I have almost no idea. All I know is that sin is clockwise in a circle (I believe) and that cos is anti-clockwise in a circle (I believe). So they are related to circles and are the opposites of each other.

**t1_hopscotch**#32

Yep indeed, welcome to the forum!

And definitely a good question. I can join this with the other sin and cos topics if you like — I think it would fit with this one: