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EVEN ANSWERS, Chapter 7 7.2: 3 n 4 20) 30) n 2 2 4 t , , 3 3 no solution 3 0, 2 42) 48) 50) t 7.3: 2) a) b) cot 65 48 cos19 c) sin d) 6 tan 28.13 6) a) b) 3 2 2 6 2 4 10) 3 3 3 b) 2 3 cos 63 sin 61 a) 12) 14) 18) 7 24 3 50 1 a) b) c) 20) d) e) f) 3 5 4 5

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LESSON 5 Section 6.3 Trig Functions of Real Numbers UNIT CIRCLE Remember, the sine of a real number t (a number that corresponds to radians) is the y value of a point on a unit circle and the cosine of that real number is the x value of the point on a uni

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MA 15400 Lesson 8 Trigonometric Graphs Section 6.5 Find the amplitude, the period, and the phase shift. 1 y 3 cos x 2 4 y 4 sin2 x y 2 sin x 2 y 5 cos(x) Now we will do the reverse of graphing functions such as those in the previous lesson. Given

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MA 15400 Lesson 9 Applied Trigonometric Problems Section 6.7 This is the notation for how we label a triangle. From now on, we do not have to tell you that b is the length of the side across from angle , or that angle is the measure of angle ABC. Normally

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MA 15400 Lesson 10 Applied Problems Section 6.7 From the base of the Eiffel Tower, 80 ft. from the center of its base, the angle of elevation to its top is 85.361. How tall is the Eiffel Tower? tan 85.361 = height 80 Eiffel Tower h 85.361 80 A ship, offsh

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MA 15400 Lesson 11 Applied Problems Section 6.7 There are two methods of describing navigation. This first method is a method many students are familiar with; northwest, southeast, etc. In this method, the direction is always found from the \'north/south\'

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MA 15400 Lesson 12 Trigonometric Equations Section 7.2 1 Given the equation, sin x = , there are several solutions (several angles with a sine value of ). 2 When solving such an equation you may be asked to only find solutions in a given interval. If aske

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MA 154 Lesson 13 Section 7.2 Delworth Trigonometric Equations In this lesson, we will be looking for angles that make the statement true in a given interval. We may use n (an arbitrary integer) as in the previous lesson (for multi-angle expressions). Ho

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MA 15400 Lesson 14 The Addition and Subtraction Formulas Section 7.3 COFUNCTIONS: We refer to the sine and cosine functions as cofunctions of each other. Similarly, the tangent and cotangent functions are cofunctions, as are the secant and cosecant. If u

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MA 15400 Lesson 15 Double-Angle Formulas Section 7.4 sin(u v) sin u cos v cos u sin v cos(u v) cos u cos v sin u sin v t an(u v) tan u tan v 1 tan u tan v What would happen to the formulas if u = v? sin(u u ) sin u cos u cos u sin u 2 sin u cos u Double

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MA 15400 Lesson 16 Section 7.6 The Inverse Trigonometric Functions Find in the interval [0, 2) for each statement. 1 3 tan = sin = 3 2 7 2 = , = , 66 33 1 cos = = 2 7 4 , 4 While this is true for equations with the directions Find all solutions of the

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MA 15400 Lesson 17 Section 7.6 The Inverse Trigonometric Functions Quadratic Equation Quadratic Formula b b 2 4ac ax + bx + c = 0 x= 2a Use inverse trigonometric functions to find the solutions of the equation that are in the given interval and approximat

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MA 15400 Exam 1 Memo, Summer 2012 1. Exam 1 is during the regular class time on Friday, June 22nd in SC 239. (Notice the change in location from regular classroom.) Plan to arrive no later than 10 minutes early. 2. The exam consists of 15 questions. All o

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1. The other day, you overhear the following conversation. Lucy: The boss said that pay was a function of the number of hours worked each week. Ethel: Do you believe that? Lucy: Well it seems right, Ethel. Ethel: Lucy, you should be a little bit more cyni

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Some of the equations below can be solved algebraically. Write exact solutions to these equations, along with a two-decimal-place approximation. Solve the remaining equations using a graph, a table, or trial and error. 1 3 t a. 5x = 8 b. 4r = 3 k. 3x+4 =

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MA 154 Final Exam Review Questions* Chapter 6 Review: Page 433; 1-4, 7, 8, 11-13, 19, 21-39, 41-44, 57-60, 62, 64, 69 Chapter 7 Review: Page 496; 11, 17, 18, 23, 28, 36, 41-43, 45-53, 59-68, 70, 71, 72 Chapter 8 Review: Page 557; 5-8, 11-16, 19, 20 (a, b

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Math 154 Variations on a Function 1. Determine the missing entries in the table of data below. x f (x) f (x + 2) f (x 2) f (x) + 2 f (x) 2 1 2 2 1 3 0 4 3 5 7 6 8 2. Sketch a graph of each of the functions f (x), f (x + 2), f (x 2), and f (x) 2 based on y

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Math 154 Variations on a Function II 1. Determine the missing entries in the table of data below. x f (x) f (x) f (x) 3 2 2 0 1 2 0 1 1 3 2 4 3 5 4 6 2. Sketch a graph of each of the functions f (x), f (x) and f (x) based on your table above on the set of

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Lesson 1 Factors: - any numbers or symbols that form a product Commutative and Associative Properties: - order and grouping do not matter when adding or multiplying Identities: - values that produce no change; zero is the additive identity; one is the mul

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MA 15400 Lesson 25 Parabolas Section 11.1 The graphs above represent parabolas. A horizontal parabola will open left or right. A vertical parabola opens up or down. A parabola is the set of all points in a plane ( only 2 dimensions) equidistant from a fix

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MA 154 Lesson 26 Section 11.1 Delworth Parabolas In this lesson, we will find equations of parabolas with some given conditions. Find an equation of the parabola that satisfies the given conditions. Hint: Sketches are always helpful. Ex 1) Vertex V(1, 2)

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MA 15400 Lesson 27 Ellipses Section 11.2 An ellipse is the set of all points in a plane, the sum of whose distances from two fixed points (the foci) in the plane is a positive constant. Points F and F are the foci (plural of focus). The sum of the distanc

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MA 15400 Lesson 28 Ellipses Section 11.2 Refer to yesterdays lesson for the basics of ellipses. Find the equation for the ellipse that has its center at the origin and satisfies the given conditions. A Vertices V(0, 6) Foci, F(0, 2) C Foci F(4, 0) Minor A

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MA 15400 Lesson 29 Section 11.3 Hyperbolas A hyperbola is the set of all points in a plane, the difference of whose distances from two fixed points (the foci) in the plane is a positive constant. There are two branches of a hyperbola. If the foci are on a

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Trigonometry Information Angles 1. An angle has an initial side and a terminal side. A positive angle rotates counterclockwise and a negative angle rotates clockwise. Angles that look the same but only differ by number of rotations either direction are ca

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MA 154 Important Questions Review 1. There are two distinct triangles possible with a side a = 10.0 cm, side b = 15.0 cm, and Angle = 30 degree. Find the perimeter of both triangles to the nearest tenth of a cm. 2. A kite flyer wondered how high her kite

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Math 154 Exam 2 Review 1. An airplane, flying at a speed of 300 miles per hour, flies from point A in the direction 131 for two hours and then flies in the direction 221 for one hour. What direction, to the nearest degree, does the plane need to fly to re

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Name: Math 154 Quiz # 2 Below is a graph of y = g (x). 1. (5 pts.) Let h(x) = g (x 3). Find h(2). h(2) = g (2 3) = g (1) 2.1 2. (5 pts.) Let k (x) = g (x + 2) 3. Sketch y = k (x) on the set of axes above. The graph of y = k (x) will be the same as the gra

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Name: Math 154 Quiz # 3 1. (5 pts.) Let f be a function satisfying the following properties: y = f (x) f (x) is dened for all x between 5 and 5 f is odd f (3) = 1 f (p) = 0 has a solution at p = 5 On the set of axes above to the right, sketch a possib

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Name: Math 154 Quiz # 4 1. (5 pts.) In a paragraph, summarize some of the major points from todays reading assignment. If you feel that you didnt understand the reading, then write down some questions you have about the material contained within.

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Name: Math 154 Quiz # 5 Let h(x) = x2 . 1. (5 pts.) Sketch the graph of the function obtained from h by rst reecting about the x-axis, then translating up by one unit. Write a formula for the resulting function. 2. (5 pts.) Sketch the graph of the functio

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Name: Math 154 Quiz # 6 1. (5 pts.) Find the angle (in radians) spanned by the arc on the circle drawn to the right. P The length s of the arc spanned by an angle on a circle of radius r is given by 4 s = r. We know that s = 4 and r = 2. Hence = s 4 = =

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MA 15400 Assignment Sheet Fall 2009 Text: Algebra and Trigonometry with Analytic Geometry by Swokowski / Cole, Classic Eleventh Edition, Brooks / Cole (2006). A single-line calculator is allowed on quizzes and exams. No two-line, four-line, or graphing ca

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MA 15400 1. Exam 1 Fall 2009 Covers Lesson 1-11, Sections 6.1, 6.2. 6.3, 6.4 and all of 6.5 Find the supplementary angle to 78 5\' 13\" . A. 10108\'30\" B. 1155\'47\" C. 10155\'46\" D. 1108\'30\" E. None of the above 2. Find the quadrant containing if sec > 0 and t

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MA 15400, Fall 2009 EXAM 2 Answers are on the last page. sin + cos = 1 2 2 1 + tan2 = sec 2 C 1 + cot2 = csc 2 sin(u v) = sin u cos v cos u sin v sin(u + v) = sin u cos v + cos u sin v b a cos(u + v ) = cos u cos v sin u sin v tan( u + v) = tan u + tan v

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MA 15400 Exam 3 Fall 2009 This exam covers all of Sections 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, and 4.5 Name: _ Instructions: (1) You must use a #2 pencil on the answer sheet. (2) On the answer sheet, fill in: (This has to be correct to find your score online.) a) Your last na

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MA 154 FORMULA SHEET ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION FORMULAS sin(u + v) = sin u cos v + cos u sin v cos(u + v ) = cos u cos v sin u sin v sin(u v) = sin u cos v cos u sin v cos(u v ) = cos u cos v + sin u sin v tan(u + v) = tan u + tan v 1 tan u tan v tan(u v)

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MA 15400 Practice Final Exam Purdue Department of Mathematics MA 15400 1. Practice Final Exam 4/09 If is in the second quadrant, and sin = 0.6, find cos . A. B. C. D. E. 0.75 0.2 0.8 0.8 None of the above. 2. The following angles are all coterminal except

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MA 15400 Calculator Policy Only SINGLE-LINE, non-programmable, calculators are allowed on quizzes and exams. Pictured are some of the allowable and nonallowable types. We recommend either the TI-30Xa or the TI-36. YES YES YES NO NO NO

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MA 154 Final Exam Review Questions* Chapter 6 Review: Page 433; 1-4, 7, 8, 11-13, 19, 21-39, 41-44, 57-60, 62, 64, 68 Chapter 7 Review: Page 496; 11, 17, 18, 23, 28, 36, 41-43, 45-53, 59-68, 70, 71, 72 Chapter 8 Review: Page 557; 5-8, 11-16, 19, 20 (a, b

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A DISTANCE-BASED KERNEL CHANGE DETECTION ALGORITHM MA Guorui, SUI Haigang, LI Pingxiang, QIN Qianqing National Lab for Information Engineering in Surveying, Mapping & Remote Sensing, 430079 Wuhan University, P. R. China, 086-027-61370963, maguorui_r
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Algebra and Trigonometry II: Midterm Exam Math 154 Section 02 March 11, 2004 Name: Signature: Questions 14 do not require any explanations. However, show all of your work. Partial credit will be very limited. Questions 5 and 6 require short writte
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MA 154 Algebra and Trigonometry II Fall 2007 Syllabus Professor Peter Turbek E-mail: turbek@calumet.purdue.edu Web Page: http:/ems.calumet.purdue.edu/mcss/psturbek/index.html Office: CLO 329 Phone: 989-2277 Office Hours: MW 10:00-11:00, 3:30-5:00 Or
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Math 154 Name: Quiz # 11 Some useful formulas Law of Cosines: a2 + b2 2ab cos C = c2 Law of Sines: sin A sin B sin C = = a b c 1. (5 pts.) The sides of a triangle measure 6, 7, and 10 inches. Find the degree measure of all angles of this triangle
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Ma 154 Fall 2007 Review II For each problem you must show your work. If a problem says to not use your calculator, your work must convince me that you can do the problem without using your calculator. Here are some formulas you may nd useful: cos( +
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MA 154 Algebra and Trigonometry II Spring 2008 Syllabus Professor Peter Turbek E-mail: turbek@calumet.purdue.edu Web Page: http:/ems.calumet.purdue.edu/mcss/psturbek/index.html Office: CLO 329 Phone: 989-2277 Office Hours: MW 10:00-11:00, 3:30-5:00 O
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MA 154X Assignment Sheet Fall 2004 Text: Algebra and Trigonometry with Analytic Geometry by Swokowski / Cole, Classic Tenth Edition, Brooks / Cole (2003). A one-line, TI-30 calculator is required for the course and is the only calculator allowed o

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MA 154 1. PRACTICE QUESTIONS FOR THE FINAL 4/04 If is in the second quadrant and sin = 0.6, find cos. A. B. C. D. E. 0.75 0.2 0.8 0.8 None of the above. 2. The angles with measures listed are all coterminal except: A. 3 5 3 C. - 300 D. 420

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GROUND RULES for MA 154X CLASS PERIOD Students are expected to attend every class meeting and to read the appropriate sections of the text before coming to class. Instructors may not have time to cover every topic in class. HOMEWORK The majority of

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MA 154 Exam 3 Spring 2004 This exam covered from question #19 of section 7.6, 8.1, 8.2, 8.4, and all of section 4.5 Find the magnitude of vector 8,-5 . A. B. C. D. 39 13 26 3 1. E. None of the above. 2. Write the expression as an algebraic expre

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MA 154 Exam 1 Spring 2004 This exam covered sections 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, 6.5 up to question #31 of section 6.7 1. Which one of the following is not coterminal with the other four angles? All angles are in standard position. 7 A. - 6 B. 510 C. 17 6

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MA 154 Assignment Sheet Spring 2003 Text: Algebra and Trigonometry with Analytic Geometry by Swokowski / Cole, Classic Tenth Edition, Brooks / Cole (2003). A non-graphing, non-programmable, scientific calculator, which has square roots, trigonomet

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MA 154 1. 2. PRACTICE QUESTIONS FOR THE FINAL 4/03 E. None of these. E. 60 If is in the second quadrant and sin = 0.6, find cos. A. 0.75 B. 0.2 C. 0.8 D. 0.8 The angles with measures listed are all coterminal except: 5 A. B. C. 300 D. 420 3 3

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MA 154 Spring 2003 Exam 1 Information Exam 1 is on Tuesday, February 11 from 8:30 PM 9:30 PM. All sections of the course are taking the exam in the Elliott Hall of Music. Your instructor will let you know in class the section you are sitting in. L

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MA 154 1. A. 5i 5j B. 2i 43j Exam 3 C. 22i + 27j Spring 2002 D. 2i + 43j E. None of these. This exam covers Sections 7.4, 7.6, 8.1, 8.2, 8.5, 8.6 Find 4a + 5b for a = 3i + 2j and b = 2i 7j. 2. Given the following information about ABC, find (

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MA154 EXAM 1 FALL 2000 Name_ Circle your answer to problems 1-3. You must show your work to receive credit. (7 pts) 1. Which of the following is coterminal with A. B. C. D. E. F. G. (1 cos )(1 + cos ) = A. B. C. D. E. F. G. (7 pts) 3. 1 + cos2

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MA154 EXAM 3 SPRING 2000 Name_ (8 pts) 1. Find 5 a - 4 b if a = 4,- 2 and b = 2,- 3 . A. B. C. D. E. 28,1 12, - 22 28, - 22 12, 2 None of these (8 pts) 2. Find the vertex of the parabola x = y 2 - 6y + 7. A. B. C. D. E. ( 2, 3) (3, 2) (2

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MA 154 EXAM 3 SPRING 2001 Name_ Place your answers in the space provided. You must show your work to receive credit. (10 pts) 1. Determine the trigonometric form for 4 + 8i. Use radians for and round all answers to the nearest tenth. 4 + 8i = (

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MA 154 1) A) A) B) C) D) E) 3 B) 30 Exam 1 C) 660 Spring 2002 D) -420 E) 11 3 Which of the following angles is NOT coterminal with 300? = 60; 60+ 360 = 3 0 0 3 30+ 360 =330 6 6 360 = 300 0 420+ 360 =300 11 11 6 5 2 = = = 300 3 3 3 3 Fin

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MA 154 Exam 3 Fall 2003 This exam covers section 7.6, starting with question #19, sections 8.1, 8.2, 8.3. 8.4 and through question #14 of section 4.5. 1. Find 3a 2b for a = 2i 3j and b = i + j. A. 10i 15j B. 8i 11j C. 4i 7j D. 7i 15j E. None

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MA 154 Assignment Sheet Spring 2004 Text: Algebra and Trigonometry with Analytic Geometry by Swokowski / Cole, Classic Tenth Edition, Brooks / Cole (2003). A Texas Instruments, TI-3X calculator, is required for the course and is the only calculato

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 240 Green, Form A D B A B B D C C D Orange, Form B E D C A D A B D A 838 miles 125.5717 8 5 533 feet 5 34 Quadrant III - - csc(x ) y 5 4 3 2 1 0 -1 -2 10 11 12 13 14 15 3 4^ , ~ 5 5 1.8624 II only None of the above 3.76, 5.

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MA 154, Spring 2004 Exam 2 Grade Cutoffs A B C D 85 70 55 45 Average was 60.9 4 scores of 100 753 students took the exam This curve is meant to let you know where you stand against the rest of the students in the course. We do not write down letter

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MA 154 Exam 1 Fall 2003 This exam covers Sections 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4 and 6.5 1. Which angle is complementary to 2815\'52\"? A. 15144\'7\" B. 6144\'7\" C. 16245\'8\" D. 15144\'8\" E. 6144\'8\" 2. On a circle, an arc of length 11.52 cm subtends the central an

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MA 154 Exam 1 Fall 2002 This exam covers Sections 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4 and 6.5 1) Which of the following angles is coterminal with = B. 120 C. 60 4 ? 3 E. 240 A. 120 D. 60 2. A. Find the exact radian measure of = 75. 3 4 B. 6 5 C. 12 5 D. 5 6

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MA 154 1. A. 69.1 cm B. 41.2 cm Exam 3 C. 42.9 cm 15.0 cm D. 57.7 cm Fall 2002 E. None of these. This exam covers Sections 7.6 (starting with question 19), 8.1, 8.2, 8.5, 8.6, and 4.5 (up to question 24). Find the perimeter of the triangle. Round

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MA 154, Fall 2004 Exam 1 Answers Answers 7 5 57.6047 Green Form A B Orange Form B A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 E A D C A E B E D B C B E C 71.23 cm2 274.3 ft. 1.2868 5 4 [ 3 1] 1 4 65 8 15 , 17 17 C A 10 D B C A D B D A D B B C 11 12 13

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MA 154 1. 2. PRACTICE QUESTIONS FOR THE FINAL 8/03 E. None of these. E. 60 If is in the second quadrant and sin = 0.6, find cos. A. 0.75 B. 0.2 C. 0.8 D. 0.8 The angles with measures listed are all coterminal except: 5 A. B. C. 300 D. 420 3 3

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MA 154 Assignment Sheet Fall 2003 Text: Algebra and Trigonometry with Analytic Geometry by Swokowski / Cole, Classic Tenth Edition, Brooks / Cole (2003). NEW FOR FALL 2003: A Texas Instruments, TI-30 calculator, is required for the course and is t

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MA 154, Fall 2003 Exam 2 Grade Cutoffs A B C D 90 80 60 50 Average was 70.0 21 scores of 100 307 students took the exam This curve is meant to let you know where you stand against the rest of the students in the course. We do not write down letter g

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MA 154, Fall 2003 Exam 3 Answers Question Answer 1 8i 11j 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 3 1.84, 4.45 720 1519 1 2x 2 = 20.1 699 feet 21.5 10.5 79.0 103 miles 16.3 lb 115 Form A, Green B C A E. None of these. D D C E. Between 78 and 80 D A B A C B

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MA 154 1) 3 Exam 1 Spring 2002 11 3 This exam covers Sections 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4 and 6.5 (up to question 28) Which of the following angles is NOT coterminal with 300? B) 30 C) 660 D) -420 E) A) - 2) Find the angle that is supplementary to 57 4

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MA 154, Spring 2004 SAGE, The Online Homework System Starting with Lesson 5, and running for the rest of the semester, you will be completing your homework online, using SAGE, the Math Department\'s online homework system. The program is easy to use

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MA 154 Assignment Sheet Summer 2004 Text: Algebra and Trigonometry with Analytic Geometry by Swokowski / Cole, Classic Tenth Edition, Brooks/Cole (2003). A one-line, TI-30 scientific calculator is required for this class. No other calculator will

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MA 154 1. A. 5i 5j B. 2i 43j Exam 3 C. 22i + 27j Spring 2002 D. 2i + 43j E. None of these. Find 4a + 5b for a = 3i + 2j and b = 2i 7j. 2. Given the following information about ABC, find (BAC). Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a degre

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Math 154, Exam 2 Information, Spring 2004 Exam 2 is on Monday, March 8th from 8:30 PM 9:30 PM in the Hall of Music. You will be assigned slightly different seats than Exam 1. Only a TI-3x calculator is allowed. All others will not be allowed. Do

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MA 154, Spring 2004 Exam 3 Answers Answer 89 Green, Form A E D D A B D C A Orange, Form B E B B D C B B D B E B D C A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 a 2 - 18 a2 1.1789, 5.1043 7.29 349 meters 8.6 miles 288 miles 128.7 7 10 i- 21 10 j D E C A

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MA 154, Spring 2004 Exam 3 Grade Cutoffs A B C D 90 80 70 50 Average was 68.4 25 scores of 100 691 students took the exam This curve is meant to let you know where you stand against the rest of the students in the course. We do not write down letter

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MA 154 Exam 1 Spring 2003 This exam covers Sections 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4 and 6.5 1. Which one of the following angles is coterminal with (All angles are in standard position.) A. 570 B. 30 C. 150 D. 210 E. None of these. 2. Find the angle that is su

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MA 154 Fall 2003 The dates lessons are presented. August September Monday 25th Lesson 1 1st Labor Day th 8 Lesson 6 15th Lesson 9 22nd Review th 29 Lesson 14 6th Lesson 17 13th October 20th Lesson 22 27th Lesson 24 3rd Lesson 27 10th Lesson 30 17th R

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MA 154 Fall 2003 Exam 1 Information Exam 1 is on Tuesday, September 23from 8:30 PM 9:30 PM in the Elliot Hall of Music. You must have a TI-3X calculator. No other calculators will be allowed. During the exam , do not ask Mr. Delworth or any of th

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MA 154 Section 8.3 Lesson 20 Vectors Delworth We use PQ to denote the vector with initial point P and terminal point Q. A vector is a force that has both magnitude and direction. The direction is indicated by the arrow at the terminal point. The m

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MA 154 Section 6.7 Lesson 10 Applied Problems Delworth From the base of the Eiffel Tower, 80 ft. from the center of its base, the angle of elevation to its top is 85.361. How tall is the Eiffel Tower? A ship, offshore from a vertical cliff known

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MA 154Y Assignment Sheet Spring 2003 Text: Algebra and Trigonometry with Analytic Geometry by Swokowski/Cole, Classic Tenth Edition, Brooks/Cole (2003). A calculator which has square roots, trigonometric and logarithmic functions and their inverse

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GROUND RULES for MA 154Y CLASS PERIOD Students are expected to attend every class meeting and to read the appropriate sections of the text before coming to class. Instructors may not have time to cover every topic in class. HOMEWORK It is important

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MA 154 1) A) - 3 B) 30 Exam 1 C) 660 Spring 2002 D) -420 E) 11 3 Which of the following angles is NOT coterminal with 300? 2) Find the angle that is supplementary to 57 42\' 59\". B) 122 28\' 1\" C) 122 17\' 1\" D) 123 12\' 1\" E) 32 17\' 1\" A) 31 18\'

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MA154 EXAM 2 SPRING 2000 Name_ Circle your answers to problems 1-3. You must show your work to receive credit. (8 pts) 1. Completely simplify the expression 1 sin x cos x . 1 + sin x cos x A. B. C. D. E. 2 (1+ sin x) cos x 2 0 2 sin x 1 + sin x

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MA154 EXAM 1 SPRING 2000 Name_ Circle your answer to problems 1 3. You must show your work to receive credit. (8 pts) 1. Determine the quadrant containing if tan < 0 and csc > 0. A. II B. II and IV C. III D. II and III E. IV (8 pts) 2. 24

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MA 154 1) Exam 2 Spring 2002 Find an equation of the graph below in the form y = asin(bx + c)for a > 0, b > 0 and the least positive real number c. 1 3 A. y = 3sin x - y y 2 2 3 -4 -2 -3 2 4 x B. 1 3 y = 3sin x + 2 2 1 y = 3sin x - 2 2 1

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