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Chapter 6: Trigonometric Identities and Equations
Text: Advanced Mathematics, Ryan, Doubet, Fabricant & Rockhill
(6.1) Sum and Difference Identities
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AP Calculus BC I Holiday Break Assignment 201112
The material in Chapter 8 was covered in class last year. If you need a quick
review, you should read through the sections and study the examples to brush
up on the material.
For the
Chapter 2 Solutions 1 113
Chapter 2 Solutions
Keep in mind that there may be alternate ways to answer the questions or simulate the motions.
1'. Graph KIT 2 60T and YlT _ 1.1 and X2T = SOT and YZT = 1 for T values in the
domain [0, 1'5, .01] in
M330 A.P. Calculus BC  I
Assignment
Text 1:
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Advanced Mathematics, Ryan, Doubet, Fabricant & Rockhill
Prentice Hall c. 1993; ISBN 0137157800
7th edition CALCULUS, Early Transcendentals, Anton, Bivens & Davis
John Wiley & Sons, c. 2002; IS