Trigonometry Exam #3
Spring 2002
Name _
All solutions must be exact unless stated otherwise. You must show all work on this paper. Solutions without correct
supporting work will not be accepted. You must omit one problem by clearly writing OMIT by the pro
Trigonometry Exam #2
March 13, 2002
Name _
You must show all your work on this paper. Solutions with correct supporting work will not be accepted. You must
omit one problem by clearly writing OMIT by the problem. You may work the problem you omit for up t
Trigonometry Exam #1
Spring 2002
Name_
You must show all your work. All answers must be exact unless stated otherwise.
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1. Use your calculator to approximate the following to 3 decimal places:
a.
sin(57) = _
2. Convert
3
to degrees.
8
3. Find the suppl
NWACC Dept of Mathematics Trigonometry, 9th Edition; Lial, Hornsby, Schneider
Dept Final Exam Review for Trig - Part 3 Fall 2008
Departmental Final Exam Review for Trigonometry Part 3: Chapters 7 and 8 Departmental Objectives : 7. 8. 9. 10. Defining, usin
NWACC Dept of Mathematics Trigonometry, 9th Edition; Lial, Hornsby, Schneider
Dept Final Exam Review for Trig - Part 2 Fall 2008
Departmental Final Exam Review for Trigonometry Part 2: Chapters 4, 5, and 6 Departmental Objectives: 3. 4. 5. 6. Graphing the
NWACC Dept of Mathematics Trigonometry, 9th Edition; Lial, Hornsby, Schneider
Dept Final Exam Review for Trig - Part 1 Fall 2008
Departmental Final Exam Review for Trigonometry Part 1: Chapters 1, 2, and 3 Departmental Objectives: 1. 2. Analyzing and clas
Section 8.5 Introduction to Polar Coordinates
I. Introduction
A _ coordinate system is formed by drawing a horizontal ray. The ray is called the _
_, and the endpoint of the ray is called the _ _.
A point P(r , ) in the plane is located by specifying a di
Section 7.4 - Vectors
Objective: In this section you will learn to write the component forms of vectors, perform basic
vector operations, and find the direction angle of vectors. You will also learn to find the dot
product of two vectors and find the angl