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Jeopardy Trigonometry Review

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PreCalculus Review VocabularyUnit CircleMisc.Graphing Trig. Functions Solving Trig. Equations $100 $200 $300 $400 $500

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Vocabulary for $100 Identify the supplement of the angle (if possible).

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Vocabulary for $200 Identify the co-terminal angle (if possible).

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Vocabulary for $400 Identify which function has the largest period.

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Vocabulary for $500 If a plane that is cruising at an altitude of 30,000 feet wants to land at Denver International Airport, it must begin its descent so that the angle of depression to the airport is 7°. How many miles from the airport must the plane begin descending?

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Answer for Vocabulary $500 If a plane that is cruising at an altitude of 30,000 feet wants to land at Denver International Airport, it must begin its descent so that the angle of depression to the airport is 7°. How many feet from the airport must the plane begin descending? 30,000 X

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Unit Circle for $100 Find the value of.

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Unit Circle for $500 Evaluate all six trig functions when

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Misc for $100 Find the inverse angle of the function.

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Misc for $200 Find the inverse angle of

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Misc for $300 The point (5, -3) is on the terminal side of the angle. Find the exact value for the sine and tangent function.

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Misc for $400 Given the information below, find the exact value of the sine and cosine of the function.

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Misc for $500 Simplify the expression into using only one trig function.

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Graphing Trig Functions for $100 Which trig function has the largest amplitude?

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Graphing Trig Functions for $200 Given the function provided below identify the amplitude, period, and midline.

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Graphing Trig Functions for $300 Given the function provided below and the point (5,7). Find the value of c.

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Graphing Trig Functions for $400 Jacob and Emily ride a Ferris wheel at a carnival in Billings, Montana. The wheel has a 16 meter diameter, and turns at three revolutions per six minutes, with its lowest point one meter above the ground. Assume that Jacob and Emily's height h above the ground is a sinusoidal function of time t, where t =0 represents the lowest point on the wheel and t is measured in seconds. Write the equation for h in terms of t for a cosine sinusoidal function.

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Graphing Trig Functions for $500 Graph the function and label all identify all parts (amplitude, period, midline, and x-intercept)

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Answers for Graphing Trig Functions for $500 X-valuesY-values -5/2 =-25/80 -30/84 -35/80 -40/ /80

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Solving Trig Equations for $100 Solving the equation for x:

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Solving Trig Equations for $400 Solve the equation for x:

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Solving Trig Equations for $500 Solve the equation for x:

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