Math 0200 Exam 2B

# Math 0200 Exam 2B - MATH 0200 TEST 2B Mr Seelhorst NAME 82...

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Unformatted text preview: MATH 0200 TEST 2B Mr. Seelhorst NAME: 82! “5:”an w D PART I Express the following in terms of one function with no functions in the denominator and the answers being /&0 monomials. sec x ' 1 - cos3 x (’LfS 1. 2- .._.__________ , (sin x)(tan x) cot” x + 1 Z?ZE; l 0965 I (6‘83 [ Sinl ‘ 1 . ' I—"' t 1—- q‘ C \ 2 l: (051 s‘mlx‘ “ﬂax: 5%: A y a: w x PART II Evaluate the following using the Sum-Difference and Double Angle Identities (leave answers in simple radical form) 3. (cos 153°)(cos 57°} — (sin 153°)(sin 57°) 4. 8(sin 112.5°)(cos 112.5°) anus—mu ,. “‘4‘“, __‘_‘,__..._._.—ll"‘ PART III Find the lution seﬁﬂfpr the following over the < interval gx<2n‘ 9;" _Eijjo° J ‘* ~J . 6. _4cot x + 2 = -2L 7. sec2 ' -- 'L " '2. kl ”is“? K '-"= “E icedxe: ﬂﬂﬂﬂ ' L\ Pf tom!" 3“ ?‘ o:l 0.3:: 3":- ﬁ‘ (gage sill cc. 1; "‘LA‘)‘: A :‘Emrﬂc‘l'j :;§1¥'\*‘- E221“. xtBH/k‘fe—yﬂg gtqcm 77\$ V5013” '( wu-mw“ PART IV GIVEN: log x = 36 and log y = 12 Evaluate the following: 9. (log3ﬁ-Hlog 1:) ‘IO. (10‘; X2) / (1095—3?) u3'°%g14031a Zﬁiﬂﬁb : 25\$.5E:3 ‘ : V1“: 5 11:11 w QVE 11. log (100y‘l x) 12. log x’y“ 50%iiﬁﬂﬁ-ﬁocﬁ‘ﬂﬁ‘c’ﬂx 319%}: 11.1.0.1th ’L 4: “LEVEL-5E mg ;1ut w PART V: Solve for x: 13. logx 1024 = 5 . 14. logs(x-6)+logs(x+6) x“; 169% XZQQfﬁ PART VI: An er the following: 17. If P(~8,15) is on the terminal side of 83 find; a. csc e b. cot 9 1 A"? Loeéag'ﬁ%ﬁ mihu' 7” ‘ '7‘" “‘“’1 51ﬁ9 - §Vh9 ‘Sﬁq 18. Evaluate: csc (23TT/ 4} Give answer in simple I \ radical form) S'mﬂ -E a H '1: 19. Evaluate: cot (—600°) Give answer in simple radical form) thLLbQ) “\$ﬁ :3 2 20. Find the values of 9 if 0° 3 e < 360° a. csc 9 = —2J5*/ 3 b. tan 9 0 l -2!" n _ ‘5 +O~N“(u‘)z \$1 we 22. Evaluate: {One answer only and in terms ofzr) a. sm'NﬁT/m 23. f(x) = -75in(5x-41r) - 6 a. What is the amplitude? V’" b. What is the F.P.? Qﬂﬁ/ E: c. What is the P.S.? ”ma d. What is theV V. .? 14. ‘15. e. What is the R GE? J 24. Graph each of the following: (6;;ftwo complete cycles; ame importan places) a. y = 4cos(8x -‘lf) +1 (“2’qu D. "< ll 4tan (8x) + 2 25. A guy wire connects the top of an antenna to a point on level ground 6 feet from the base of the antenna. The angle of elevation formed by this wire is 70°. What is the height of the antenna? 26. - Find b to the learest tenth of an inch. 27. Find (A to the nearest 28. Express as a function of a positive acute aagle less than 45°: a. cot 186° b. sec (—134)° Cabl‘ié ' SeLlTRLlY'Q) eat. (2%» 3 c, 0) 2 out {-‘I L} .1 “ceﬂm'h E, -t6\\.- lg? 10' ...
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