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Magic Hexagon
tan COt
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The Magic Hexagon can be used to help you generate Trigonometric Identities!
Quotient Identities
All of the Quotient Identities can found by either going clock
Math 104 Homework Quiz 3
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Math 104 Homework Quiz 5
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Math 104 Homework Quiz 2
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Math 104 Homework Quiz 2
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1. Given that the point (2, 5) is on the terminal side of angle in standard position, draw the angle
and determine the value for the cos()
3.
(2, 5)
5
=
cos() =
=
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Math 104 Homework Quiz 4
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Given A = 1, 5 and B = 4, 2 , find:
a) 2A = 2, 10
b) A + B =
2A = 2 1, 5 = 2, 10
3, 3
13, 11
c) A 3B =
A + B = 1 + 4, 5 + (2) = 3, 3
A 3B = 1 (3)4, 5 (3)(2) =
Midterm, Math 104 Study Guide
Unless stated otherwise, exact values are required for all problems. Show your
work or there is no credit!
1 & 2. Convert between degrees and radians
Ex. 230o =
radians
2
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Math 104 Homework Quiz 4
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a) 2A =
b) A + B =
c) A 3B =
2. Find the magnitude of the horizontal and vertical components for each vector V with the given
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Trigonometry: Ch1 guide
Definition of One Degree
Degrees are units of measurement for angles. One degree is defined
to be the measurement of the angle created by slicing up a circle
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Trigonometry: Ch2 guide
Reference Triangles
Every angle has a reference triangle. The recipe is as follows:
Def: Inverse Cosine Function
STEP 1. Choose any + r
STEP 2. Rotate
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