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Final Jeopardy Question Section 7.1/7.2 Section 7.3 100 500 400 300 200 100 500 400 300 200 100 500 400 300 200 100 500 400 300 200 100 500 400 300 200 100 500 400 300 200 Section 9.1 Section 7.5 Section 7.6 Graphing the MIGHTY 6 (Trig Functions)

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Back To make a clay vase, an artist uses a potter’s wheel that has a diameter of 13 in. and spins at 120 rpm. Find the approximate distance traveled in 1 min by a point on the outer edge of the wheel. Answer: 4901 in

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Back Answer: k=11.68 yards squared A sector of a circle has an arc length of 3.5 yards and central angle 30°. Find its area:

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Back Answer: s=6.28 in and k=25.13in squared If a sector has a radius of 8in and a central angle of /4, determine its arc length and area:

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Back Find the reference angle and the two smallest coterminal angles for : Answer Reference Angle: Coterminal Angles: and

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Back Find the reference angle and the two smallest coterminal angles for 290°: Answer Reference Angle: 70° Coterminal Angles: -70°, and 650°

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Back Answer: Find the sin θ and cos θ for the point (-3,-1):

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Back Find the sin θ and cos θ for the point (-5,12): Answer:

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Back Answer: Negative; -1 Without using a calculator state whether each expression is positive, negative, zero, or undefined and then find the value of the expression:

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Back Answer: Negative Without using a calculator state whether each expression is positive, negative, zero, or undefined:

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Back Without using a calculator state whether each expression is positive, negative, zero, or undefined: Answer: Negative

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Back Answer: Approximately 41 feet Igor’s pet bat Natasha is flying at the end of a 50ft leash. Using an angle measuring device, Igor spots Natasha at an angle of 55 degrees up from the horizontal. To the nearest foot, how high is Natasha flying if the leash is taut and anchored to the ground?

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Back The steps to the front entrance of a public building rise a total of one meter. The steps are to be replaced by a ramp. By a city ordinance, the angle of elevation for a ramp cannot be greater than 9 degrees. What is the minimum distance from the entrance that the ramp must begin? Answer: Approximately 6.3 meters

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Back Solve for the missing side or angle: 10 6 Answer: Approximately 59°

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Back Answer: x=12.8 and y=4.4 approximately Solve for the missing sides or angle: 12 y x 20°

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Back In, D=90°, E=12°, and e=9. Find d and f. Answer: d=43.3 and f=42.3

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Back Find the values of the other five trig. functions: Answer:

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Back Answer: Find the values of the other five trig. functions:

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Back Find the exact value of each expression: Answer:

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Back Answer: Find the exact value of each expression:

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Back Answer: Find the exact value of each expression:

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Back Answer: Find both the approximate value and the exact value:

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Back Find both the approximate value and the exact value: Answer:

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Back Without using a calculator, find the value of each expression in radians: Answer:

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Back Answer: Without using a calculator, find the value of each expression in radians:

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Back Without using a calculator, find the value of each expression in radians: Answer:

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Back Answer: Graph:

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Back Graph: Answer: and

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Back Perform computation and put result in scientific notation: Answer:

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