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Unformatted text preview: Mahoney Project Due April 19, 2011 MAC1114 Spring 2011 UF Name: _____________________________ Per: 2 3 7 UF ID: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ Page 1 of 16 Mr. Mahoney wanted to go over the derivation of several fundamental identities in class but just does not have enough time to do that. The following H.W. Project is Due April 19, 2011 will guide you through the process of doing several of these derivations. Complete the following Sign the Honor Statement: "On my honor, I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid in doing this assignment." Signature: ________________________________________ Copy the Weird Sentence Below using your usual handwriting: "The quick brown fox tries to jump over a lazy dog. Sentence: ____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ Copy the Number: "9,034,761,852 Number: _____________________________________________________________________________ You may work alone , with friends , or even with tutors as long as you long as you turn in a copy of this assignment with your work on it . The Assignment must be turned in stabled with this page completed and your name on it. In this project we will derive and explore the following identities: cosgG + = cos G cos sin G sin cosgG = cos G cos + sin G sin singG + = sinG cos + cosG sin singG = sinG cos cosG sin sin 2 = cos cos 2 = sin sinG = sin = sin = + 2 cos = + 2 cos = + 2 cos Mahoney Project Due April 19, 2011 MAC1114 Spring 2011 UF Name: _____________________________ Per: 2 3 7 UF ID: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ Page 2 of 16 The Derivation of gG + . Let and be arbitrary angles (that means they can be anything ). The following diagram shows the unit circle with several angles, rays, terminal points, and line segments outlined. Do: In the following observations circle or underline the correct choice to make the observation true. Observe: The angle [ is / is not ] in standard position and its amount of rotation is labeled with the color red . Observe: The angle [ is / is not ] in standard position and its amount of rotation is labeled with the color blue . Observe: The angle [ is / is not ] in standard position and its amount of rotation is also labeled with the color blue ....
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