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A:B: Undefined0 Sin(0 o ) C:D:
A:B: C:D: sec tan csc 1-cos
A:B: 1Undefined Tan(90 o ) C:D: 0.50
A:B: tan 2 cot 2 sin 2 +cos 2 C:D: sec 2 1
A:B: 0 C:D: ln e-ln e
A:B: Expand Log 2 (bc) C:D: log 2 b+log 2 c log 2 b-log 2 c
log 2 b+log 2 c
A:B: 2426 C:D: 2527 Find x
A:B: C:D: 188 Find x
A:B: 12 5 C:D: 6 10 Find the amplitude of the graph
A:B: C:D: 6226 Find x
A:B: 5 10 C:D: 2 6 Find the period of the graph
A:B: Sin u cos v- cos u sin vSin v cos u- cos v sin u Expand Sin (u - v) C:D: Sin u cos v+ cos u sin vSin v cos u- cos v sin u
Sin u cos v- cos u sin v
A:B: y= 2x ² y= 2x ²+1 C:D: y= 4x ² y= 4x ²+1 Find the equation for the graph
A:B: C:D: Mach the graph: y= x ²-4x-5
A:B: 4 2²2² 2 and 2 C:D: undefined22
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