Final Review

# Final Review - your identities to find values for given...

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Topic Exam 1 Exam 2 Exam 3 You will be asked to graph a sine or cosine function. You should know how the amplitude, phase shift, scale change, and vertical shift impact the graph. You will be required to plot at least five points on your graph, and at least one full period. 5 Given a value of sine or cosine you should be able to determine the exact value for each of the other circular functions. 7, 8 Given the graph of a sinusoidal function, you should be able to determine the equation of the curve. 10 Given the value of sine or cosine you should be able to use your identities to find values for given expressions. 2 You need to be able to evaluate expressions that involve the circular functions and inverse circular functions. (2) 4, 6 You should be able to convert an angle back and forth from radians to degrees. 9 You need to be able to solve triangles, using right triangle properties, law of sines, or law of cosines. (3) 1, 2 You need to be able to prove identities. (2) 10-12 Given the value of sine or cosine you should be able to use
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Unformatted text preview: your identities to find values for given expressions. You should know sum and difference identities, double angle identities, and half-angle identities. (4) 1 You should be able to solve equations involving the trigonometric functions. (4) 3 You should be able to work with vectors. You should be able to add and subtract vectors. Find a unit vector in the direction of a given vector, or the angle between two vectors. You should also be able to calculate magnitude and dot products. 5 You should be able to use your calculator to approximate values of trigonometric expressions. 11 8 You should be able to graph a polar equation. You should be able to plot polar coordinates. You should be able to work with complex number in trigonometric form. You should be able to multiply, divide, find powers of, and roots of complex numbers written in either standard or trigonometric form. (2) See Problem Set 13 See Problem Set 12...
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## This note was uploaded on 05/15/2011 for the course MTH 122 taught by Professor Stone during the Fall '08 term at Grand Valley State.

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