# Register now to access 7 million high quality study materials (What's Course Hero?) Course Hero is the premier provider of high quality online educational resources. With millions of study documents, online tutors, digital flashcards and free courseware, Course Hero is helping students learn more efficiently and effectively. Whether you're interested in exploring new subjects or mastering key topics for your next exam, Course Hero has the tools you need to achieve your goals.

1 Page

### trigsub

Course: MATH 252, Fall 2008
School: Oregon
Rating:

Word Count: 139

#### Document Preview

substiution Homework: Trig p. 494495: Reccommended: 430, 3341. Required: 10, 14, 18, 20, 22, 26, 28, 30 Due: Friday, 20 May 2005 The following table is very useful: Expression Identity Substitution 2 2 1 - sin2 () = cos2 () x = a sin(), -/2 /2 a - x 2 2 1 + tan2 () = sec2 () x = a tan(), -/2 &lt; &lt; /2 a + x 2 - a2 x sec2 () - 1 = tan2 () x = a sec(), 0 &lt; /2 or &lt; 3/2 It is a good...

Register Now

#### Unformatted Document Excerpt

Coursehero >> Oregon >> Oregon >> MATH 252

Course Hero has millions of student submitted documents similar to the one
below including study guides, practice problems, reference materials, practice exams, textbook help and tutor support.

Course Hero has millions of student submitted documents similar to the one below including study guides, practice problems, reference materials, practice exams, textbook help and tutor support.
substiution Homework: Trig p. 494495: Reccommended: 430, 3341. Required: 10, 14, 18, 20, 22, 26, 28, 30 Due: Friday, 20 May 2005 The following table is very useful: Expression Identity Substitution 2 2 1 - sin2 () = cos2 () x = a sin(), -/2 /2 a - x 2 2 1 + tan2 () = sec2 () x = a tan(), -/2 < < /2 a + x 2 - a2 x sec2 () - 1 = tan2 () x = a sec(), 0 < /2 or < 3/2 It is a good exercise to see if you can rederive this whole table from scratch. you If can do that, you will learn it without memorization. Yesterday's example (up to the point where I stopped): et 9 - e2t dt = et 9 - (et )2 dt (Let u = et , du = et dt.) = 9 - u2 du (Let u = 3 sin(), du = 3 cos()d) = = = = = = 9 9 9 9 - 9 sin2 ()3 cos()d 9(1 - sin2 ())...

Find millions of documents on Course Hero - Study Guides, Lecture Notes, Reference Materials, Practice Exams and more. Course Hero has millions of course specific materials providing students with the best way to expand their education.

Below is a small sample set of documents:

Iowa State - CS - 363
ConnectionprepareStatementcreateStatementStatementsubclassesPreparedStatementsubclassesCallableStatement Input/Output ofexecuteQueryInputToprepareCall executeQueryexecuteQueryOther data typesResultSetRelationships between
Iowa State - CS - 363
Com S 363: Introduction to Database SystemsFirst letter of your last name. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ Your Name . . _ Project (P1-P5) / Homework (HW1-HW5) . . . . . _ Unix user name (for projects only) . . . . . . _ Coupons: Used _ Remaining a
Iowa State - CS - 363
XML and its applications to computer science and systemsShashi K. GadiaComputer Science Department Iowa State University gadia@cs.iastate.edu Shashi K. Gadia, 2005Outline Introduction Some examples of XML and applications Problems with XML a
UMBC - ECSVL - 553
HDFS 597B US Social Policy in International Comparison: Demographic Changes and Social Choices Spring 2007 Fridays 9:00 11:50 Professor: Kathryn Hynes Office: 105R White Building E-mail: kbh13@psu.edu Office hours: Tuesdays 11:15 12:15 and Fridays
UMBC - ECSVL - 553
Looking Backwards to Go Forward: A Timeline of the Work-Family Field in the United States since World War IIBettye H. Pruitt Pruitt &amp; Company, Inc. Dedicated to realizing the practical value of history in organizations and the world. 81 Dennett Stre
CSU Northridge - HBBIO - 509
Chapter 4 Methods1. 2. 3. See the section &quot;Creating a Method.&quot; void A syntax error occurs if a return statement does not appear in a non-void method. You can have a return statement in a void method, which simply exits the method. Method overloading
Mississippi State - EE - 4743
v 3. 040MX and 42MX Families FPGAsFeaturesHigh Capacity QML Certification Ceramic Devices Available to DSCC SMDEase of Integration Single Chip ASIC Alternative 2,000 to 36,000 Available Logic Gates Up to 2.5 Kbits Configurable Dua
CSU Northridge - ENGL - 414
DORIGEN'S LAMENT AND THE RESOLUTION OF THE FRANKLIN'S TALEby Warren S. SmithIn a 1997 article in Chaucer Review, I argued that the Wife of Bath in her Prologue &quot;defends the plain truth of Scripture against the polemics of St. Jerome, and adopts wha
Bucknell - ED - 012
Department of Mathematics, Bucknell UniversityAcademic Year 200607STUDENTS' GUIDE TO CALCULUS OFFERINGS AT BUCKNELLOverview. Bucknell offers two essentially different introductory calculus courses, both of which presuppose a high school course
UMBC - ECSVL - 553
Sociology 247: Family and Modern Society Fall 2008 Class Location: BURN 1B45 Class Meeting Times: 4:35 - 5:25 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays Professor: Elaine Weiner Office Address: LEA 732 Office Hours: Tuesdays 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. or by appointm
Carnegie Mellon - WEEK - 201
%!PS-Adobe-2.0 %Creator: dvipsk 5.58f Copyright 1986, 1994 Radical Eye Software %Title: hsol03.dvi %Pages: 5 %PageOrder: Ascend %BoundingBox: 0 0 612 792 %DocumentFonts: Times-Bold Times-Roman Courier %DocumentPaperSizes: Letter %EndComments %DVIPSCo
Carnegie Mellon - WEEK - 201
%!PS-Adobe-2.0 %Creator: dvipsk 5.58f Copyright 1986, 1994 Radical Eye Software %Title: mon.dvi %Pages: 14 %PageOrder: Ascend %BoundingBox: 0 0 612 792 %DocumentFonts: Times-Bold Times-Roman Times-Italic Courier %DocumentPaperSizes: Letter %EndCommen
Carnegie Mellon - WEEK - 201
%!PS-Adobe-2.0 %Creator: dvipsk 5.58f Copyright 1986, 1994 Radical Eye Software %Title: wed.dvi %Pages: 8 %PageOrder: Ascend %BoundingBox: 0 0 612 792 %DocumentPaperSizes: Letter %EndComments %DVIPSCommandLine: dvips -o %+ /FERVOR/users/brian/www/201
CSU Northridge - BZ - 51361
03971_28_c28_p649-670.qxd11/11/052:57 PMPage 6494Agency and Employment Law ADAM CROWLEY/PHOTODISC/GETTY IMAGESunit03971_28_c28_p649-670.qxd11/11/052:57 PMPage 650Agency: The Inside Relationshipchapter28As Leo Tolstoy obs
Wisconsin - HOMEPAGES - 1895
- 700 Division I-AEastern Independent Chicago Illinois Iowa State Lafayette Lake Forest Lehigh Michigan Minnesota Northwestern Pennsylvania Princeton Purdue WisconsinNortheast Independent Amherst Army Brown Cornell Dartmouth Har
Wisconsin - HOMEPAGES - 1895
09/14/1895Englewood High 0 Chicago 28 09/15/1895Iowa State 10 Butte A.C. 12 09/18/1895Englewood YMCA 6 Chicago 42 09/21/1895Eu
N. Georgia - MLANDE - 0304
Grade Analysis100 90 80 70 60 50 Final Average 40 30 20 10 0Ch am be r Co we n Ca rls on G eo rg e M at th ew s Ne m us O we n O sn es Pi llm an Co okStudent's NameMelissa AndersonCSCI 1200September 20th 2005Ms. Anderson's GradebookName
Mt. Holyoke - ASOL - 837
-11.2115727-11.1656765-11.1198767-11.0739765-11.0281759-10.9822735-10.9364738-10.8905759-10.8447765-10.7988768-10.7530774-10.7071778-10.6612757-10.6154736-10.5695749-10.5237775-10.4778803-10.4320809-10.3861798-10
Mississippi State - ECE - 4542
InfraRed SolutionsCommunication System Design Consultants Company Summary &amp; Product DescriptionFebruary 5, 2002 Kyle Conway Kenneth Fazel Walt Steverson Joe ThompsonInfraRed SolutionsCommunication System Design ConsultantsCompany Summary &amp;
SUNY Albany - IST - 499
&lt;?xml version=&quot;1.0&quot; encoding=&quot;UTF-8&quot;?&gt; &lt;Error&gt;&lt;Code&gt;NoSuchKey&lt;/Code&gt;&lt;Message&gt;The specified key does not exist.&lt;/Message&gt;&lt;Key&gt;7ff73322c9895ac845007fee61be50707408dedf.doc&lt;/Key&gt;&lt;RequestId&gt;9 29817B44796FE9F&lt;/RequestId&gt;&lt;HostId&gt;WZbctqjUavQtE8rJHHAVLCa7aMv
SUNY Albany - IST - 499
Please use the following instructions to access NY Wired's selfassessment tool:The NY Wired Skill Center: 1. Go to http:/nywired.skill.ce.com and click `Job Tools' on the far right-hand side. 2. Enter any job title in the field &quot;Enter Your Job Title
SUNY Albany - IST - 499
UMBC - ECSVL - 553
Workplace Flexibility Case Study AFLAC's Full-time Schedule Options by Ken Giglio Company: Aflac (www.aflac.com) Company profile: Founded by brothers John, Paul and Bill Amos in 1955, Aflac has grown into a Fortune 500 company. Based in Columbus, Geo
Mt. Holyoke - ASOL - 1018
-11.53151834-11.48431890-11.43721915-11.39001941-11.34281939-11.29571925-11.24851939-11.20141952-11.15421922-11.10701881-11.05991862-11.01271883-10.96551924-10.91841938-10.87121932-10.82401933-10.77691926-10.7297191
Mississippi State - JHS - 9333
Simple Regressions [b0 ] = 2 2 b0 n 2 n 2BQA 8443 Formula Sheet 2 Revised: Wednesday, November 29, 2006, 0 words ^ ^ yi = 0 + 1 xi + i ; i ~ N (0, 2 ) ; b1 = 1 = SS XY / SS XX ; b0 = 0 = y - b1 x ; s 2[b1 ] = b2 = 2 / SS XX1;CI for E(
CSU Northridge - RP - 436733
Name: June 16, 200520:53 A12/P12(1) Introduction to Databases: A database is a collection of information organized so that a computer program can quickly retrieve desired pieces of data. A field is a single piece of information; a record is one com
CSU Northridge - RP - 436733
Name: June 16, 200520:52 A12/P12(1) Record Keeping: Teachers have a professional responsibility to monitor, record and communicate student progress. Many schools and districts have adopted networked grading systems, and some publish grades on secur
CSU Northridge - RP - 436733
Name: June 16, 200520:54 A12/P12(1) Making projections: A spreadsheet program stores and calculates information in a structured array of data cells. By defining relationships between information in cells, a user can see the effects of data changes
Minnesota - HIST - 3431
Guidelines for Reading Sunjata 1. Be patient! The epic is a little disorienting at first, but once you get into the narrative, it reads much more easily. 2. Don't worry about the genealogies in the first pages; they are less important than the story
Minnesota - HIST - 3431
Map Quiz #2 Study Guide Instructions: To fill out your blank map, consult your text (Gilbert and Reynolds) and Kwamena-Poh, African History in Maps (on reserve in the library). There are a total of 23 items listed here. You will be tested on 12 items
Minnesota - HIST - 3431
Study Guide for First Midterm HIST/AFRO 3431 Note: The midterm will be on Thursday, October 13th. The examination will cover lectures 1 through 7. I. Identifications (underlined terms on your lecture outlines): 20 points These questions require that
Minnesota - HIST - 3431
Map Quiz #3 Study Guide Instructions: To fill out your blank map, consult your text (Gilbert and Reynolds) and Kwamena-Poh, African History in Maps (on reserve in the library). Some of these features are repeated from earlier map quiz study guides; t
Evansville - EE - 342
EE342 Electronics IDate: Name:1. [24%] Find the voltage V and the current I in each circuit below. Assume the constant voltage drop model for the diode under forward bias with V = 0.6 V. (a) +5V (b) +5V1 k Vo 1 k ID1 k Vo 1 k IDVo = __ ID =
Evansville - EE - 342
EE342 Electronics IExam II Date: 10/26/2007 Name:Open text, closed notes. To receive partial credit you must show all work and you must work neatly! 1. [32%] Consider the circuit shown in Figure PR-1. The transistor has a DC current gain () equal
UMBC - MC - 606
Validation and Verification of Simulation Models1Outlines s ssssIntroduction Definitions of validation and verification Techniques for verification of simulation models Techniques for validation of simulation models Statistical Metho
UMBC - MC - 363
TCP: Overviewr rRFCs : 793, 1122, 1323, 2018, 2581TCP segment structure32 bits URG: urgent data (generally not used) ACK: ACK # valid PSH: push data now (generally not used) RST, SYN, FIN: connection estab (setup, teardown commands) Internet ch
Iowa State - CS - 573
Se i m 'n &amp; 3Su3sSy % wy h y i Se y Hux 3 i t i e i v v x j 3Su3|Swy i h g f e x w e i h g f e x w e m m y w v v v f i i i i e e i x ~ wy h y i S{wy i g t x z% 3zm q Se i 3 v wg x HSy % g sh Se w e e
Iowa State - CS - 573
Machine LearningVasant Honavar Artificial Intelligence Research Laboratory Department of Computer Science Computational Intelligence, Learning, &amp; Discovery Program Iowa State University honavar@cs.iastate.edu www.cs.iastate.edu/~honavarMachine Le
Iowa State - CS - 573
Machine LearningVasant Honavar Artificial Intelligence Research Laboratory Department of Computer Science Computational Intelligence, Learning, &amp; Discovery Program Iowa State University honavar@cs.iastate.edu www.cs.iastate.edu/~honavarSummary of
Iowa State - CS - 573
Machine LearningVasant Honavar Artificial Intelligence Research Laboratory Department of Computer Science Computational Intelligence, Learning, &amp; Discovery Program Iowa State University honavar@cs.iastate.edu www.cs.iastate.edu/~honavarLearning T
Iowa State - CS - 573
Machine LearningVasant Honavar Artificial Intelligence Research Laboratory Department of Computer Science Computational Intelligence, Learning, &amp; Discovery Program Iowa State University honavar@cs.iastate.edu www.cs.iastate.edu/~honavarInstance B
Iowa State - CS - 573
Machine LearningVasant Honavar Artificial Intelligence Research Laboratory Department of Computer Science Computational Intelligence, Learning, &amp; Discovery Program Iowa State University honavar@cs.iastate.edu www.cs.iastate.edu/~honavarReinforcem
Sonoma - P - 466
AFM User InstructionsHongtao Shi April 14, 2005William M. Keck Microanalysis Laboratory Sonoma State University 1 Before you use AFM . Atomic force microscope (AFM) is a very delicate instrument. Misoperation could break the tip or even damage th
Sonoma - P - 466
SEM/EDX User InstructionsHongtao Shi April 3, 2005William M. Keck Microanalysis Laboratory Sonoma State University 1 Before the lab starts . Sign in on the log book. Make sure the cooling water in the chiller is FULL and that the blue light on S
CSU Northridge - K - 61497
KIN610 Quantitative Analysis of Research Department of Kinesiology CSU, NORTHRIDGEFall 2008 KIN 610 (16210) T 19:00-21:50 Location: KN276 e-mail: kv61497@csun.edu Phone: (818)-677-7567 http:/www.csun.edu/~kv61497Instructor: Konstantinos &quot;Dino&quot; Vro
Mt. Marty - PH - 4998
ToxoplasmosisAgent: Toxoplasma gondii Common parasitic infection of humans and animals Infects most species-worldwide distributionToxoplasmosisClassification: Protozoanparasite Coccidian-like Intracellular Name derived from: Genus:cresce
CSU Northridge - HFACT - 004
Accounting 352, Spring 2007 Case 2 (due April 18 (M,W class) 19 (T, or T, Th class) If Big Blue Can Do It, Then why or why Can't I? ImCap, Inc., a medium-size manufacturing company, recently has experienced significant increase in demand for its prod
UCSD - ATT - 0176
One Pathway to EducationRogers, C., &amp; Freiberg, H. J. (1994). Freedom to learn, (pp. 338-339). New York: Maxwell Macmillian International. One Pathway to Education. A small boy enters school, his first day. He is eager to go because it is a step tow
CSU Northridge - JHL - 85349
Jung Lee Response Paper Do Kids Need Religion by Anthony Brandt As the title implies this article is about children and religion. The author talks his ideas and concerns about: if religion is needed in this secularized society; how parents whoever ha
RIT - NYJ - 4905
Nayeong Jeong Alan Kaminsky Mar, 2005 DRAFT 0.2A Parallel Algorithm for Track Finding in Particle PhysicsAbstract In particle physics experiments, particles collided at the center of detectors scatter leaving hits in various sub-detecotrs. In orde
RIT - NYJ - 4905
The Kalman Filter and Tracking in Particle PhysicsRudolf Emil Kalman (b. 1930 in Hungary) MIT Columbia RIAS, Baltimore Stanford FloridaMilind Purohit, U. of South CarolinaOutline History Summary of Helix trajectories An overview of meth
RIT - NYJ - 4905
master project s pre-proposalNayeong Jeong, Dept. of Computer ScienceTopic : A Parallel Algorithm for Track Finding in Particle Physics.Particle physics experiments are designed to use beams from giant particle accelerators (up to 27 km in circum
USC - GRAVITY - 110106
Caltech - MATH - 0950
1 - 2x 3 1 -2 -2 1 - 2x 3 -2x 2 x -1 o| -10| -9| -8| -7| -6| -5| -4| -3| -2-1[| 0| 1| 2| 3| 4| 5/x [
Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology - ECE - 4991
ECE 4991 Electrical and Electronic Circuits Chapter 3Where are we? Chapter 2 - The basic concepts and practice at analyzing simple electric circuits with sources and resistors Chapter 3 More harder networks to analyze and the notion of equivalen
Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology - ECE - 4991
ECE 4991 Electrical and Electronic Circuits Chapter 4Where are we? Chapter 2 - The basic concepts and practice at analyzing simple electric circuits with sources and resistors Chapter 3 More harder networks to analyze and the notion of equivalen
Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology - ECE - 4991
ECE 4991 Electrical and Electronic Circuits Chapter 4Where are we? Chapter 2 - The basic concepts and practice at analyzing simple electric circuits with sources and resistors Chapter 3 More harder networks to analyze and the notion of equivalen
Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology - ECE - 4991
ECE 4991 - Electrical and Electronic CircuitsCourse OverviewWelcome to Electrical and Electronic Circuits! Instructor is Ken Ports kports@fit.edu 674 7455 Textbook is Rizzoni, Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering, 4th Edition
CSU Northridge - HFMGT - 001
SYLLABUS FOR MGT. 667: LEADERSHIPRex C. Mitchell, Ph.D. - Spring 2006 Office: JH 3119, Department of Management (818) 677-2457 email: rex.mitchell@csun.edu www.csun.edu/~hfmgt001 Office Hrs: Th 1700-1800 &amp; by appointment Ticket #18029 Note that this
CSU Northridge - SMC - 67026
By William GoldingYour NamePeriodTribe NameName:Internet Resources.2 Tribal Responsibilities..2 Tribal Points..3 Vocabulary Directions.41I n te rnet ResourcesThroughout the unit you will need to access the following websites several ti
Arizona - BIOC - 460
Bioc 460 Summer 20091Bioenergetics Practice Questions(Note: In thermodynamic calculations, temperature is always given in Kelvins (K), where K = oC + 273. The gas constant, R, converts temperature to energy. R = 8.3 J/(mol K) = 1.99 cal/(mol K).