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We get tant x2 1 but since t lies in 0 32 tant

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Unformatted text preview: t + 4 4 (c) tan(−t2 + 1) = − tan(t2 − 1) (e) sec(−6t) = sec(6t) (f) cot(9 − 7t) = − cot(7t − 9) 3. Verify the Cofunction Identities for tangent, secant, cosecant and cotangent. 4. Verify the Difference Identities for sine and tangent. 5. Use the Sum and Difference Identities to find the exact values of the following. You may have need of the Quotient, Reciprocal or Even / Odd Identities as well. 7π 12 17π (b) tan 12 (a) cos (c) sin π 12 (e) csc (d) cot 11π 12 (f) sec − 6. Show that sin(t + h) − sin(t) = cos(t) h sin(h) h 7. Show that cos(t + h) − cos(t) = cos(t) h cos(h) − 1 h 8. Show that tan(t + h) − tan(t) = h tan(h) h + sin(t) 5π 12 π 12 cos(h) − 1 h − sin(t) sin(h) h sec2 (t) 1 − tan(t) tan(h) 9. Verify the following identities. Assume all quantities are defined. (a) sin(α + β ) + sin(α − β ) = 2 sin(α) cos(β ) cos(α + β ) 1 − tan(α) tan(β ) (b) = cos(α − β ) 1 + tan(α) tan(β ) tan(α + β ) sin(α) cos(α) + sin(β ) cos(β...
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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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