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- 6.8 Review
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MCR3U - Unit 6: Sinusoidal Functions Date:
6.7 Applications of Sinusoidal Functions
Homework: Check the Moodle over the weekend for the unit review
Page 399-401 #2, 3, 5, 9, 10 & Practice Problems
Learning Objectives/Success Criteria: At the end of this lesson | will be able to:
+ Model real-world problems using periodic behaviour
1. The depth of water beneath a swim buoy can be modelled by the function D=5+3sin(30t), where Dis
the depth, In metres, and ¢ is the time, in hours, after midnight on any day.
a. State the period and range of the function and interpret their meaning
Period = 260° shine ddakes Or 2 ipl2ePss, PERG
= shoe tH depth +o ge thao 5 different pose tote
a @ min te a mae ang depths Sor a
22h ack doin ag asin Cneeeae
b, Sketch the graph of the depth of the water during 1 day.
Dd
c. At what times during the day do the high and low tides occur? 8
high tthe “7 3:00, 8°90 —» 8:00 Him 8°60 Fin s
6 OuD
fow hoe 2 4:00, 21:00 -5 2:004m %:00°M @ :
xbe
4. Atwhattimes during the day does the water leyel reach a depth of 4 m?
5+ 38m (Zot) = 4 sob sin“(b) 90.649 = OKA 6:87
3s'n (30t) t 308 = -19.49 I2-0.649 = I].3S5th Hi2y
sin (308) = bs -0-649 6189 +I26 = 18129
RAR = 0.649 Wtzteeion = 28 s2t
2, The height, h of the end ofa pencil sharperner handle relative to the horizontal as itis rotated, at a time
¢,is given by h(t)=6cos(180t), where tis in seconds and his in centimetres.
a. Where is the handle positioned at 16 s? «
hUb) = Beos Cigodt))
= b OM + the handle oan
pos thoned bem
above the horzorrhal,How long does it take for the handle to make one full turn?
b
Period = 340° a
180° ath fakes 2 sec Sr
ee L Pal vokshon i
c. Atwhat time will the end of the handle be 1.4 cm above the horizontal for the 6" time?
a - ak tro htodaG bcos (1808) = 14
when tet AC ARe cos Ciok ) =
Ee2 wears 6 oS bos SHS
een
© o2 & = 0.4255
7@ bones = 5.5395 5]
3. AFerris Wheel (wheeeee!!) has a radius of 25 m, and iG Gantre is 26 m above the ground, Itrotates
once very 50 seconds. Suppose a rider gets on the bottom at t
a, Sketch a graph showing how a rider’s height above the ground changes during the first two
minutes.
‘nempsi
2
atk, 1
de pinix oo time Cs)
b. What's the height of the rider after 430 seconds?
h (430) = -25 cos #21430) +26
= 46.3 m
When does the rider reach 40 m for the 2" time?
c
124, 06> 2.2%
40 = -28 cos7.2t.
45-25 cos F.2t = 11.35 > RAR
“OSB * Cos Rot 20h dimes 80-17.38
= ants
d. Find the equation of the function above.
org k = 2y0°
as 25 eS A= 6
a= 26 2D
hh =-25ems (3.26) +26
e. When does a rider reach a height of 18 m for the 19% time?
18 = -2Scos 7.24 426 19” time = % Ua +504)
“8 ~2S cos F.2t
20%, ds
O.32 = fos 724
FGF = Bae
Es 44ls

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