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# 2 2 2 104 trigonometric identities 669 x for nd

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Unformatted text preview: 6. Use Theorem 10.4 to answer the following. (a) If θ = 12◦ and the side adjacent to θ has length 4, how long is the hypotenuse? (b) If θ = 78.123◦ and the hypotenuse has length 5280, how long is the side adjacent to θ? (c) If θ = 59◦ and the side opposite θ has length 117.42, how long is the hypotenuse? (d) If θ = 5◦ and the hypotenuse has length 10, how long is the side opposite θ? (e) If θ = 5◦ and the hypotenuse has length 10, how long is the side adjacent to θ? (f) If θ = 37.5◦ and the side opposite θ has length 306, how long is the side adjacent to θ? 7. For each of the following points, let θ be the angle in standard position whose terminal side contains the point. Compute cos(θ) and sin(θ). (a) P (−7, 24) (b) Q(3, 4) (c) R(5, −9) (d) T (−2, −11) 8. Let α and β be the two acute angles of a right triangle. (Thus α and β are complementary angles.) Show that sin(α) = cos(β ) and sin(β ) = cos(α). The fact that co-functions of complementary angles are equal in this case is n...
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## This note was uploaded on 05/03/2013 for the course MATH Algebra taught by Professor Wong during the Fall '13 term at Chicago Academy High School.

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