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Intro to Trig P3 Day Two

Intro to Trig P3 Day Two

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Intro to Trig: Day TwoName:_______________________
Important Stuff:
1.
Graph the equation
25
22
=+
y x
by finding points that satisfy the equation, andthen graphing them.xy-3-2-10123762.Explain why some of the numbers on the table didn’t work in Q1.
3.
Explain: What’s the connection between
25
22
=+
y x
and the PythagoreanTheorem? What does this mean about circles and triangles?
4.
Graph the equations
4
22
=+
y x
and
4)1(
22
=++
y x
.
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Intro to Trig: Day TwoName:_______________________
5.On the circle to the right, and below, notice that the point (7, 6) is on the graphof the circle. Shouldn’t this be impossible, though? After all, the radius of thecircle is only 5 units?Explain why it’s possible for (7, 6) to be on the circle, even though the radius isonly 5 units.6.Try to work through this problem. It’s a bit tricky, but notice where the center othe circle is, and notice that the point (x, y) is an arbitrary point on the edge of the circle.7.Find the radius and the center of each of the circles whose equations are shownbelow:
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