MA1310: Module 4 Applications of Trigonometry
Applications of Trigonometry
College Mathematics II V2.0
Algebra and trigonometry
Edgar Mackenzie
Teacher: Loretta Cameron
ITT Tech
MA1310: Module 4 Applications of Trigonometry
1. Use the values given in the
MA1310: Module 4 Exercise Two
Applications of Trigonometry
College Mathematics II V2.0
Exercise Two
Edgar Mackenzie
Teacher: Loretta Cameron
ITT Tech
MA1310: Module 4 Exercise Two
1. Explain why and represent the same points in polar coordinates. r , 180
MA1310: Module 3 Graphs of Other Trigonometric Functions
Lab 3.1
Trigonometric and Periodic Functions
The purpose of this assessment is to help you determine whether you have a clear understanding of
trigonometric and periodic functions.
Answer the follow
MA1310
Module4_Exercise2
Polar Coordinates and Complex Numbers
2
College Math II
Weeks 7/8
1. Explain why r, and (-r , +180) represent the same points in polar coordinates.
r, and (-r , +180) represent the same points in polar coordinates
because adding 1
I got this graph from the internet but it is a great depiction of exponential decay. I have created the data
chart to go with the graph so that you can review it quickly. The functions rate of decay is approx. 20
mmHg but then gets less as it progresses.
MA1310
Module2_Exercise1
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
2
College Math II
Weeks 2/3
1. What is an exponential function?
An exponential function, f ( x ) = a x, is a function that grows based on the
exponent (x) which is the independent variable ver
I got this graph from the internet but it is a great depiction of exponential decay. I have created the data
chart to go with the graph so that you can review it quickly. The functions rate of decay is approx. 20
mmHg but then gets less as it progresses.
MA1310
Module2_Exercise2
Solving Exponential and Logarithmic Equations
2
College Math II
Weeks 2/3
1. Solve the following exponential equation by expressing each side as a power of the
same base and then equating exponents: 6x = 216
6x = 216
xlog(6) = log
MA1310
Module3_Exercise1
Graphs of Sine and Cosine Functions
2
College Math II
Weeks
1. Find the exact value of:
a. sin 300
300 = quadrant IV
Sin(60) =
R = 360 x
R = 360 300
R = 60
3
2
Q4 is (-)
3
Sin (300) = sin (60) = - 2
b. tan (405) (Hint: 405 = 360
MA1310
Module1_Exercise
Sequences and Notations
2
College Math II
Week 1
1. Describe an arithmetic sequence in two sentences.
An arithmetic sequence uses the addition or subtraction methods to go from one
term to another by utilizing the same value each t
MA1310
Module3_Exercise2
Other Trigonometric Functions
2
College Math II
Weeks 5/6
1. The graph of a tangent function is given below. Find the equation of the graph in the
form y = A tan (Bx C). Y = tan (X + /2)
a. Find A. The y-coordinate of the points o
MA1310: Module 6 Exercise
Binomial Theorem, counting principle
And Combination
College Mathematics II V2.0
Algebra and trigonometry
Edgar Mackenzie
Teacher: Loretta Cameron
ITT Tech
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MA1310: Module 6 Exercise
1. Define binomial coefficient. Give an examp
MA1310: Module 5 Exercise 5.2
Graphing Ellipes, Hyperbola, Parabola
College Mathematics II V2.0
Algebra and trigonometry
Edgar Mackenzie
Teacher: Loretta Cameron
ITT Tech
0
MA1310: Module 5 Exercise 5.2
1. Describe an ellipse in two sentences.
An ellipse
MA1310: Module 5, Exercise 5.1
Vectors and Conic Sections
College Mathematics II V2.0
Algebra and trigonometry
Solving Vectors
Edgar Mackenzie
Teacher: Loretta Cameron
ITT Tech
1. What is a directed line segment?
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MA1310: Module 5, Exercise 5.1
A line se
MA1210: College Mathematics, Edgar Mackenzie, Exercise
Introduction to Trigonometry
Module 5, Submit Exercise
Edgar Mackenzie
MA1210: College Mathematics I_V4.0
Teacher: Chacrovorty Gauri
ITT Tech
MA1210: College Mathematics, Edgar Mackenzie, Exercise
1
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MA1310
Module4_Exercise1
Laws of Sines and Cosines
2
College Math II
Weeks 7/8
1. Use the values given in the above triangle and find the value of B, b, and c.
A = 48 degrees C = 97 degrees
180-48-97 = 35 = B
a = 12
B = 35 o
b=a sinB = b=12sin35 = b 9.3
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