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# StudyGuide3 - Study Guide for Test 3 MATH 1316.BX3(Graves...

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Study Guide for Test 3 MATH 1316.BX3 (Graves) Test 3 covers Chapters 5 and 6. Study the Summary at the end of each chapter for a review of important concepts. This Study Guide gives a minimum number of practice problems you should work to prepare for the test. You can get further practice by working similar problems in the exercises at the end of each section in the textbook. 1. Know (memorize!) all of the identities and formulas on the Trigonometric Identities handout posted on my web site and in Blackboard. 2. Know how to prove identities using algebra and the identities you have learned. Chapter 5 Test, p. 296: 1–10 3. Know how to use a calculator to determine if an equation is or is not an identity. Chapter 5 Test, p. 296: 11, 12 4. Know how to use identities to find exact values (without using a calculator). Chapter 5 Test, p. 296: 13–18, 21–24 5. Know how to use identities to simplify trigonometric expressions. Chapter 5 Test, p. 296: 19, 20 6. Know how to evaluate expressions that involve inverse trigonometric functions exactly (without a calculator).

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