Unformatted text preview: of π /6, π /3, π /4, π /2 or equivalent degree angles 30,60,45,90)) 5. Be able to determine the values of the six trig functions given the value of one of the functions and the quadrant of the terminal side. (sin( θ ) = 2/5 and θ is in Quad III) 6. Be able to solve applied problems that involve trig functions. Review Problems : Chapter 1 review page 47: 10,18,25,26,33,35,39,40 Chapter 2 review page 119: 4,8,20,21,25,31,3442,48,53,63,74 Plus … 1. From the triangle below write the values of the tan( θ ) and cos( θ ). θ z p d 2. What are the coordinates (x,y) for the point P given that θ = 230˚ and radius is 12. P 12 θ 3. No Calculator: Find the exact value for A) tan(60˚) B) sin(240˚) C) cos(150˚) D) sec(180˚)...
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This note was uploaded on 10/18/2011 for the course MAC 1114 taught by Professor Russel during the Fall '08 term at Valencia.
 Fall '08
 RUSSEL
 Trigonometry

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