Math 140
Lecture 13
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Recall: Since log b x and b are inverses of each other:
v log b x y iff x b y
v log b b x x
v b logb x x
logb1 = 0, ln(1) = 0
logbb = 1, ln(e) = 1
Write as a sum / difference / m
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Worked examples of selected recommended problems.
Write N(t) in base e form. Then solve the problem.
A. A colony of bacteria starts with 2000 bugs. Two hours
later it has 3800.
Given: N
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Worked examples of selected recommended problems.
sin
2
Acos 2 A
A. sin Acos A
Hint: factor the top.
sin A cos Asin A cos A/sin A cos A
sin A cos A
B. sin 2 cos csc 3 sec
1
1
sin 2
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(a) Rewrite in terms of an angle in [0,p/2].
(b) Find the exact answer, no decimals.
E. Simplify
A(a). cos11/6
cos11/6 cos12/6 /6
cos2
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Remember to include any needed units, e.g., mi/hr, rad/sec. Except
for 5ab, give only exact answers. No decimals.
A. Convert 45o to rad
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For each angle, sketch the reference angle, draw an
arrow to indicate the angle's direction. A reference
angle must be positive and < /
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Find the period and amplitude.
A.
period = 4 amplitude= 6
F. y 3 sin (x/2
amplitude= 3
6
6
2
3 4
2
period= 4
3
5
1
4
xintercepts: 0,
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Evaluate exactly without a calculator: p and 2 rather than
3.14 or 1.41. Answer may by undef.
K. cosarcsin 2
7
5 symbol fraction with
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(1) Simplify using an addition formula (show the step
immediately after the addition formula). First point.
(2) Complete the simplifica
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Evaluate the expressions.
A. sin 3 .
4
2
First find cos q. The quadrant determines the sign.
2 quadrant II cos 0
9
7
cos 1 sin 2 1 16 1
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(1) Graph over one period (period doesn't have to start at 0). (2) List the xintercepts. (3) List both coordinates of the
highest and
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Write each expression as a sum or difference of
trigonometric functions. Don't calculate the answer.
A. sin 20 cos 10
1 sin20 0 10 0 s
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(a) Give the unsimplified exact answer obtained using the
law of sines or cosines or Straight V Thm. E.g.
a 8 2 5 2 285 cos20 0 or b
5
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Graph the parabola. On the graph, mark and give the
coordinates for focus and vertex. Draw the directrix with
a dotted line.
First loca
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D. 4, 11/6
x, y r cos , r sin 4 cos , 4 sin
6
= 4 3 /2, 41/2 2 3 , 2
E. 4, /6
x, y r cos , r sin 4 cos , 4 sin
6
=4 3 /2, 41/2 2 3 , 2
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Note the difference between parabolas, ellipses, and
hyperbolas.
v If only one variable is squared, it is a parabola.
Write with the squared variable on the left.
x a 2 k
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Recommended problems, don't turn this in.
Rewrite each expression in a form that does not contain
absolute values.
A. x 3 x 4 where x 3.
Write the following in interval notation.
I.
Math 140 Practice Exam 2 /100
Exam 2. Lectures 712. No calculators. Understanding is not
enough; you must be proficient enough to complete the exam in 50
minutes.
Know the area and volume formulas fo
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RECALL. sin q + cos q = 1
tan q = sin q/cos q
cot q = cos q/sin q
sec q = 1/cos q
csc q = 1/sin q
Simplify.
`cot sec cos
`
sin x 1
sin x 1
sin x 1
sin x 1
cos 1
sin cos
sin x
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sin and cos have period 2, but tan has period .
Lecture 18
Exam 3 covers lectures 13 18. Study the recommended exercises.
DEFINITION. For any function f: f is even iff f (x) = f (x).
f is o
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RECALL. sin2+ cos2 = 1, sin(x) = sin(x), cos(x) = cos(x).
cos(p/2x) = sin(x), sin(p/2x) = cos(x).
`cos
TRIGONOMETRIC ADDITION FORMULAS.
sins t sin s cos t cos s sin t
coss t c
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`cos 1 , 3 2.
2
3
Evaluate sin(2q), cos(2q), sin(q/2), cos(q/2).
First find sin(q). The inequality quadrant IVsin q<0.
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DOUBLEANGLE FORMULAS.
sin 2 2 sin cos
cos 2 cos 2 sin 2
ta
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Exam 4: Lectures 1924, including this lecture.
Inverse trigonometric functions
RECALL. A function is 11 iff no horizontal line crosses its
graph more than once.
While not 11 in
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Since tan sin / cos 1 /
2
6
6
6
Producttosum rules
RECALL
cosx y cos x cos y sin x sin y
cosx y cos x cos y sin x sin y
Adding these gives
cosx y cosx y 2 cos x cos y
Subtracting gives
cosx
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Graphs of sin and cos
RECALL. sin and cos have period 2p:
sin(x +2p) = sin(x), cos(x +2p) = cos(x).
We often graph periodic functions only over one period,
e.g., [0, 2p]. Before an
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vert. asymptotes: ., x = p/2, x = p/2, x = 3p/2, . .
Lecture 20
RECALL. For C > 0, the graph of
f (x + C) is the graph of f (x) shifted C units to the left.
f (x C) is the graph of f (x) sh
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`Find the focus, directrix and graph of y 2y 4x 5.
y 2 2y 1 4x 4, y 1 2 4x 1
p k/4 4/4 1.
This is the parabola y 2 4x
shifted: down 1 unit, right 1 unit.
The y 2 means the parabo
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CONVENTION. Assume side a is opposite angle A, side b is
opposite angle B and side c is opposite angle C.
SINE LAWS. In any triangle, the ratio of one angles sine
and its opposite
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To graph, complete the squares if necessary, then write
the equation in one of the above forms.
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