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Chapter 4 Review Day 2 - ± units and the vertical scale is...

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Two parts - Calculator-free and Calculator OK Reference sheet is OK - 8.5x11 sheet of paper, one-sided, handwritten only Test on Block Day ___________________________________ Bearing question "Find the Equation" question. (See below) Questions I like… Write the equation of the trigonometric function below. You can use either sine or cosine, whichever you find more convenient. The horizontal scale is set at
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Unformatted text preview: ± , units, and the vertical scale is 1 unit. Write the equation of the trigonometric function below. You can use either tangent or cotangent, whichever you find more convenient. The horizontal scale is set at ² , units, and the vertical scale is 1 unit. Ask questions today! Be ready for tomorrow! Chapter 4 Review Day 2 Tuesday, September 13, 2011 6:37 AM Ch_4 Page 1...
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