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# Post1330_6o3_fri - 29 2 Then find all solutions to the...

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Section 6.3 – Solving Trigonometric Equations 1 Section 6.3 Solving Trigonometric Equations An equation that contains a trigonometric expression is called a trigonometric equation . As we know trigonometric functions repeat their behavior. What if we wanted answers to questions like: “When will the moon look exactly like it did last night at 9:30pm?” and “When will my breathing be exactly as it is right now?”. The questions to these models can be answered by solving trigonometric equations. Example 1: Find all solutions in the interval [ 29 π 2 , 0 of the equation 1 ) tan( - = x . Example 2: Find all solutions of the equation 1 ) tan( - = x . Example 3: Solve the equation in the interval

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Unformatted text preview: [ 29 2 , . Then find all solutions to the equation. 2 2sin 3sin 1 x x-= -. Section 6.3 – Solving Trigonometric Equations 2 Example 4: Solve the equation x x x cos cos 3 cos 2 2 3--= in the interval [ 29 π 2 , . Example 5: Find all solutions of the equation 20 sin sin 2 = + θ . Example 6: Solve the equation cos sin tan 2 x x x + = in the interval [ 29 2 , . Section 6.3 – Solving Trigonometric Equations 3 Example 7: Solve the equation 1 csc cot 2 =-+ x x in the interval [ 29 π 2 , . Example 8: Find all solutions of 1 sec 2 = x in the interval -2 5 , 2 ....
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