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1330 Math Section 6.3 Solving Trigonometric Equations Periodicity of Sine, Cosine and Tangent Recall: The sine function is periodic with period 2 . The cosine function is periodic with period 2 . The tangent function is periodic with period . Example 1: Given cos( x) = 3 , 2 a. Solve the equation for 0 o x &lt; 360 o. b. Solve the equation for 0 x &lt; 2 . c. Find all solutions to the equation, in...

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1330 Math Section 6.3 Solving Trigonometric Equations Periodicity of Sine, Cosine and Tangent Recall: The sine function is periodic with period 2 . The cosine function is periodic with period 2 . The tangent function is periodic with period . Example 1: Given cos( x) = 3 , 2 a. Solve the equation for 0 o x < 360 o. b. Solve the equation for 0 x < 2 . c. Find all solutions to the equation, in radians. Example 2: Given tan( x ) = 1, a. Solve the equation for 0 o x < 360 o. b. Solve the equation for 0 x < 2 . c. Find all solutions to the equation, in radians. Example 3: Given 2 sin( x) = 3 , a. Solve the equation for o 0 x < 360 o. b. Solve the equation for 0 x < 2 . c. Find all solutions to the equation, in radians. o o Example 4: Solve the following equation for 0 x < 360 . 2 cos 2 ( x) 7 cos( x) 4 = 0 Example 5: Solve the following equation for 0 o x < 360o. 4 cos 2 ( x) sin( x) = sin( x) Example 6: Solve the following equation for cos( x) + sin( x) tan( x) = 2 0 x &l...

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