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Stitz-Zeager_College_Algebra_e-book

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Unformatted text preview: r times.5 2. Analysis of sec2 (x) = tan(x) + 3 reveals two diﬀerent trigonometric functions, so an identity is in order. Since sec2 (x) = 1 + tan2 (x), we get sec2 (x) 1 + tan2 (x) 2 (x) − tan(x) − 2 tan u2 − u − 2 (u + 1)(u − 2) = = = = = tan(x) + 3 tan(x) + 3 (Since sec2 (x) = 1 + tan2 (x).) 0 0 Let u = tan(x). 0 5 Note that we are not counting the point (2π, 0) in our solution set since x = 2π is not in the interval [0, 2π ). In the forthcoming solutions, remember that while x = 2π may be a solution to the equation, it isn’t counted among the solutions in [0, 2π ). 734 Foundations of Trigonometry This gives u = −1 or u = 2. Since u = tan(x), we have tan(x) = −1 or tan(x) = 2. From tan(x) = −1, we get x = − π + πk for integers k . To solve tan(x) = 2, we employ the 4 arctangent function and get x = arctan(2) + πk for integers k . From the ﬁrst set of solutions, π π we get x = 34 and x = 54 as our answers which lie in [0, 2π ). Using the same sort of argument we saw in Example 10.7.1, we get x = arctan(2) and x = π + arctan(2) as answers from our second set of solutions which lie in [0, 2π ). Using a reciprocal identity, we rewrite the secant 1 as a cosine and graph y = (cos(x))2 and y = tan(x) + 3 to ﬁnd the x-values of the points...
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