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(i) sin 75 = sin(45 + 30)

(ii) cos 135 = cos(90 + 45)

(iii) tan 15 = tan(45 30)

(iv) tan 75 = tan(45 + 30)

(i) sin( + 45)

(ii) cos( 30)

(iii) sin(60 )

(iv) cos(2 + 45)

(v) tan( + 45)

(vi) tan( 45)

(i) sin 2 cos cos 2 sin

(ii) cos z cos 3z sin z sin 3z

(iii) sin 120 cos 60 + cos 120 sin 60

(iv) cos cos sin sin

(i) cos(60 + ) = sin

(ii) sin(45 ) = cos

(iii) tan(45 + ) = tan(45 )

(iv) 2sin = 3 cos( 60)

(v) sin = cos( + 120)

Solve the following equations for values of in the range 0 .

(When the range is given in radians, the solutions should be in radians,

using multiples of where appropriate.)

4

3

2

The diagram shows three points L(2, 1), M(0, 2) and N(3, 2) joined to

form a triangle. The angles and and the point P are shown in the diagram.

y

M(0, 2)

L(2, 1)

N(3, 2)

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

7 (i)

(ii)

2

Show that sin = and write down the value of cos .

5

Find the values of sin and cos .

11

Show that sin LMN = .

5 5

11

Show that tan LNM = .

27

Find x cos kx dx, where k is a non-zero constant.

Show that

cos(A B) cos(A + B) = 2 sin A sin B.

(iii)

Use the results in parts (i) and (ii) to show that

.

x sin 5x sin 3x dx =

16

0

8 (i)

[MEI]

Prove also that sin ( ) = sin .

The point S is at the foot of the perpendicular from R to PQ, as shown in the

diagram.

R

1

6

Q

S

(ii)

By finding RS in terms of , deduce that the area A of the triangle is given by

A = sin + 16 sin .

Find the value of for which the area A is a maximum. [You may find the

result helpful.]

(iii)

A p + q2, where p and q are contants to be determined.

Find the value of this expression when = 0.1, and find also the

corresponding value of A given by the expression in part (ii).

[MEI]

EXERCISE 8C

(i) 2 sin 2 = cos

(ii) tan 2 = 4 tan

(iv) tan tan 2 = 1

(v) 2 cos 2 = 1 + cos

(iii)

cos 2 + sin = 0

(i) sin 2 = 2 sin

(ii) tan 2 = 2 tan

(iv) 1 + cos 2 = 2 sin2

(v) sin 4 = cos 2

(iii)

cos 2 cos = 0

3

Hence solve the equation sin 3 = sin for 0 2.

+ cos 2 .

Simplify 1

sin 2

7

8

tan2 = cos 2.

Show that 1

1 + tan2

4

4

(ii) Given that tan 26.6 = 0.5, solve tan = 2 without using your calculator.

Give to 1 decimal place, where 0 90.

9 (i)

) (

y = cos 2x and y = 3 sin x 1 for 0 x 2.

(ii)

(iii)

Show that these curves meet at points whose x co-ordinates are solutions

of the equation 2 sin2 x + 3 sin x 2 = 0.

Solve this equation to find the values of x in terms of for 0 x 2.

[MEI]

EXAMPLE 8.6

SOLUTION

Using

+

2

2

) ( )

sin 3 + sin = 2 sin 2 cos

so the equation becomes

2 sin 2 cos = 0

cos = 0

or

sin 2 = 0.

cos = 0 gives = 90 or 270

sin 2 = 0 gives 2 = 0, 180, 360, 540 or 720

so

each root once in the

final answer.

The complete set of roots in the range given is = 0, 90, 180, 270, 360.

EXERCISE 8D

Factorise the following expressions.

sin 4 sin 2

(ii) cos 5 + cos

(iii) cos 7 cos 3

(iv) cos( + 60) + cos( 60)

(v) sin(3 + 45)+ sin(3 45)

(i)

cos 4 + cos 2 = cos .

sin 5 + sin 3.

Simplify

sin 5 sin 3

Factorise sin( + 73) sin( + 13) and use your result to sketch the graph of

y = sin( + 73) sin( + 13).

7 (i)

sin 3 + sin = 4 sin cos 2 .

(ii)

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