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Warm Up Find the measure of the supplement for each given angle. 1. 150°2. 120° 3. 135°4. 95° 30°60° 45° 85°

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1 Warm Up Find the measure of the supplement for each given angle °2. 120° °4. 95° 30°60° 45° 85°

2 Draw angles in standard position. Determine the values of the trigonometric functions for an angle in standard position. Objectives

3 An angle is in standard position when its vertex is at the origin and one ray is on the positive x-axis. The initial side of the angle is the ray on the x-axis. The other ray is called the terminal side of the angle.

4 An angle of rotation is formed by rotating the terminal side and keeping the initial side in place. If the terminal side is rotated counterclockwise, the angle of rotation is positive. If the terminal side is rotated clockwise, the angle of rotation is negative. The terminal side can be rotated more than 360°. A 360° rotation is a complete rotation. A 180° rotation is one-half of a complete rotation. Remember!

5 Example 1: Drawing Angles in Standard Position Draw an angle with the given measure in standard position. A. 320° Rotate the terminal side 320° counterclockwise. B. – 110°C. 990° Rotate the terminal side – 110° clockwise. Rotate the terminal side 990° counterclockwise.

6 Rotate the terminal side 210° counter- clockwise. Rotate the terminal side 1020° counter-clockwise. Rotate the terminal side 300° clockwise. Draw an angle with the given measure in standard position. A. 210°B. 1020°C. – 300°

7 So far, you have measured angles in degrees. You can also measure angles in radians. A radian is a unit of angle measure based on arc length. Recall from geometry that an arc is an unbroken part of a circle. If a central angle θ in a circle of radius r, then the measure of θ is defined as 1 radian.

8 The circumference of a circle of radius r is 2  r. Therefore, an angle representing one complete clockwise rotation measures 2  radians. You can use the fact that 2  radians is equivalent to 360° to convert between radians and degrees.

9 Which quadrant does each angle lie in? Angles measured in radians are often not labeled with the unit. If an angle measure does not have a degree symbol, you can usually assume that the angle is measured in radians. Reading Math

10 Coterminal angles are angles in standard position with the same terminal side. For example, angles measuring 120° and – 240° are coterminal. There are infinitely many coterminal angles. One way to find the measure of an angle that is coterminal with an angle θ is to add or subtract integer multiples of 360°.

11 Find the measures of a positive angle and a negative angle that are coterminal with each given angle.  = 65° 65° + 360° = 425° 65° – 360° = – 295° Add 360° to find a positive coterminal angle. Subtract 360° to find a negative coterminal angle. Angles that measure 425° and – 295° are coterminal with a 65° angle.

12 Example 2B: Finding Coterminal Angles Find the measures of a positive angle and a negative angle that are coterminal with each given angle.  = 410° 410° – 360° = 50° 410° – 2(360°) = – 310° Subtract 360° to find a positive coterminal angle. Subtract a multiple of 360° to find a negative coterminal angle. Angles that measure 50° and – 310° are coterminal with a 410° angle.

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15 Convert each measure from degrees to radians or from radians to degrees. A. – 60° B..

16 Convert each measure from degrees to radians or from radians to degrees. a. 80° b

17 Convert each measure from degrees to radians or from radians to degrees. c. – 36° d. 4  radians.. 5

18 Homework 1 Page 290 #7-19odd, 31, 35, odd, ALL, 114, 117


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