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Ch 5.5: Multiple-Angle and Product-to-Sum Formulas
Double Angle Formulas Half Angle Formulas The + or – depends in which quadrant the original given value exists
Ex: Find the sin2Ө and cos2Ө if 1. Draw a triangle 2. Find the missing piece 3. Use the formula
Ex: Find the triple angle formula for: 1. Rewrite the inside as a sum 2. Use the formula from 5.4 3. Replace with double angle formulas 4. Pythagorean Identity 5. Simplify
Ex: Use the half angle formula to find the exact value of sin(105 o ) 2. Double 105 to get the numerator 3. Plug into the half formula 1.105 exists in the II, so sine is positive! 4. 5. Simplify
Product-to-Sum and Sum-to-Product formulas: Ex: Use the correct formula to write the following product as a sum or difference: 1. Change using formula 2. Simplify
Ex: Find the exact value of 1.Change using sum-to- product formula 2. Simplify 3. Use trig to change cosines 4. Simplify
Double-Angle and Half-Angle Identities Section 5.3.
Ch 5.4: Sum and Difference Formulas. Learn these!!
Copyright © 2013, 2009, 2005 Pearson Education, Inc. 1 5 Trigonometric Identities.
Ch 5.4: Sum and Difference Formulas. Here is the trigonometry sum and difference formulas introduced in an interesting way:
6.2 Cofunction and Double-Angle Identities Fri Dec 5 Do Now Simplify (sinx + cosx)(sinx – cosx)
Section 7.3 Double-Angle, Half-Angle and Product-Sum Formulas Objectives: To understand and apply the double- angle formula. To understand and apply the.
Using Trig Formulas In these sections, we will study the following topics: o Using the sum and difference formulas to evaluate trigonometric.
Warm UP Find the exact values of trig functions no calculators allowed!!! 1.Cos(45 o ) 2.Sin(30 o ) 3.Cos(15 o )
Aim: How do we solve trig equations using reciprocal or double angle identities? Do Now: 1. Rewrite in terms of 2. Use double angle formula to rewrite.
March 2 nd copyright2009merrydavidson HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO: Khalil Nanji.
Remember an identity is an equation that is true for all defined values of a variable. We are going to use the identities that we have already established.
DOUBLE- ANGLE AND HALF-ANGLE IDENTITIES. If we want to know a formula for we could use the sum formula. we can trade these places This is called the double.
Using Trig Formulas In these sections, we will study the following topics: Using the sum and difference formulas to evaluate trigonometric.
Chapter 4 Analytic Trigonometry Section 4.3 Double-Angle, Half-Angle and Product- Sum Formulas.
Section Reciprocal Trig Functions And Pythagorean Identities.
3.4 Sum and Difference Formula Warm-up (IN) 1.Find the distance between the points (2,-3) and (5,1). 2.If and is in quad. II, then 3.a. b. Learning Objective:
March 12, 2012 At the end of today, you will be able to use the double and half angle formulas to evaluate trig identities. Warm-up: Use the sum identities.
Section 5.5 Double Angle Formulas These angles will be given to you on the test.
Pg. 407/423 Homework Pg. 407#33 Pg. 423 #16 – 18 all #9 tan x#31#32 #1x = 0.30, 2.84#2x = 0.72, 5.56 #3x = 0.98#4No Solution! #5x = π/6, 5π/6#6Ɵ = π/8.
Sum and Difference Formulas New Identities. Cosine Formulas.
Half Angle Formulas T, 11.0: Students demonstrate an understanding of half-angle and double- angle formulas for sines and cosines and can use those formulas.
Trig – 9/12/2015 Simplify. 312 Homework: p382 VC, 1-8, odds Honors: all Today’s Lesson: Double-Angle & Power-Reducing Formulas.
10.3 Double Angle and Half Angle Formulas. Double Angle for Sine.
Copyright © 2014, 2010, 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. 1 Objectives: Use the formula for the cosine of the difference of two angles. Use sum and difference.
Double- and half-angle formulae Trigonometry. Sine double-angle formulae Recall from the last section, the sine of the sum of two angles; sin(α + β) =
3.4 Circular Functions. x 2 + y 2 = 1 is a circle centered at the origin with radius 1 call it “The Unit Circle” (1, 0) Ex 1) For the radian measure,
Sum and Difference Identities Section 5.2. Objectives Apply a sum or difference identity to evaluate the sine or cosine of an angle.
Chapter 6 Trig Find an equation that completes the fundamental trigonometric identity. Sin(-x)= 1.csc x 2.-sin x 3.-csc x 4.sin x.
Sum & Difference Formulas Objective: Be able to use sum & difference formulas to find trig functions of non-unit circle values, simplify, verify, solve,
3.8 Fundamental Identities. Ex 1) Use definitions to prove: –A trig identitiy is a trig equation that is always true –We can prove an identity using the.
The Unit circle. Def: If the terminal side of an angle is in standard position and intersects the unit circle at P(x,y) then x = cos Ɵ and y = sin Ɵ Trig.
DOUBLE-ANGLE AND HALF-ANGLE FORMULAS. If we want to know a formula for we could use the sum formula. we can trade these places This is called the double.
Law of Cosines. We use the law of cosines and the law of sines because we need to be able to find missing sides and angles of triangles when they are.
Copyright © 2009 Pearson Addison-Wesley Trigonometric Identities.
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14.2 The Circular Functions Locate the points on the unit circle and identify the angle measure in standard position that would pass through that point.
4-6: Reciprocal Trig Functions and Trigonometric Identities Unit 4: Circles English Casbarro.
_______º _______ rad _______º ________ rad _______º _______ rad _______º _______ rad _______º _______ rad ______º _______ rad Unit Circle use.
EXAMPLE 1 Evaluate trigonometric expressions Find the exact value of (a) cos 165° and (b) tan. π 12 a. cos 165° 1 2 = cos (330°) = – 1 + cos 330° 2 = –
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