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Unformatted text preview: Math 120 Trigonometry Name: jam)“ 00“} Summer 2005 RWJ Part 1: Memory Work (No notes, closed book, no calculator) — 6 minutes 1. (16 pts.) Fillin the table with exact values: 2. (12 pts.) Fillin the table: Function ’ w w
("I '3 Math 120 Trigonometry 50 Lorna”; Summer 2005 RWJ Name: Part II: Calculator Work (a calculator and one page of notes is allowed) —— 15 minutes Note: Fourdigit accuracy sufﬁces on approximate calculations 3. (12 pts.) Determine the following: a. sin100° ’5 ‘9313/ b. sinlOO ’2‘ ﬂies?
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“a‘ (.3m4 4. (16 pts.) This problem concerns the expression 2 cos x — 8 sin x. a. Rewrite this expression as a constant multiple of a sine function. That is, rewrite the
expression as A sin(x + B) for some A and B (tell me what A and B are). Show your work. @2qu = 68
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discussed in class to answer the following questions. No reasoning necessary. a. True of we know both the value of cosa and cos ,6 then we can absolutely
determine the value of cos(a + ,6). S. TrueSor False: If we know both the value of tana and tan ,8 then we can absolutely
me the value of tan(a + ﬂ). r False: If we know the value of cost? then we can absolutely determine the
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This homework help was uploaded on 01/22/2008 for the course MATH 120 taught by Professor Johnson during the Summer '05 term at SDSMT.
 Summer '05
 JOHNSON
 Trigonometry

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