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Trig Homework

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1. The angle  is in the third quadrant and sin   .
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a)Draw the angle in standard position.
b)Determine the coordinates of a point P on the terminal arm.
c)Determine the exact values of cos  and tan  (rationalize denominators).
d)Determine the measure of the angle to the nearest degree
e)Determine the coordinates of the point of intersection of the terminal arm
and the unit circle.
2. Which translation applied to the graph of y  cos  will have as its image the graph of
y  sin  ?
3. Write the equation for a cosine function with period 8, phase shift 5, vertical
displacement –2, and maximum value 3.
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4. a) Determine the exact value of tan( ) .
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b) Give the next two larger angles which share the same tangent ratio.
c) Give a formula for generating all angles with the same tangent ratio.
5. Determine the size of the central angle subtended by an arc of 14.6 cm in a circle with
radius 13.7 cm. Give your answer in radians to two decimal places and then convert your
answer to the nearest degree.
6. Determine the exact value of each expression.
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a) tan( ) b) cos( ) c) sin(315)
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7. The angle  is in the second quadrant and tan    .
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a) Draw a diagram to show the angle in standard position and a point P on the
terminal arm.
b) Determine possible coordinates for point P.
c) What is the exact value of sin  ?
d) Determine the measure of angle  in radians. (Round to 2 decimal places.)
e) Determine the coordinate of the point of intersection of the terminal arm and
the unit circle.
8.  is an angle in standard position with sin  > 0 and tan  < 0. In which quadrant
does the terminal arm of  lie?
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9. Solve cot   , for 0    360
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10. In which quadrant does the terminal arm of a angle in standard position lie if the
angle measures 5 radians?
11. Find  , to the nearest degree, if  terminates in quadrant II and sec   2.202 .
12. Determine the smallest possible angle  , in radians, such that csc   2 .
(Round your answer to 2 decimal places)

5) is on the terminal arm of angle  . sin   d. State the quadrant(s) in which (sin  )(cos )  0 . a 13. A  150 19. The point (-2. b 3 14. Q2 and Q4 21. n. 15. y  cos     3. 2 Answers: 1a. What is the value of sin   csc for a standard position angle whose terminal ray arm passes through (0. Quadrant 2 9. 20.81.4) . n I 5.57) 7 33    2   3 11 17 2. Solve cos 2   .82.   . 0.58  74 8.07 radians or   61 6a.  3 4 4 4 4 Detailed answers are on my website. -4)? 18.  33 4 33 b. tan   .   76 and   256 10. where tan  < 0 and sec  > 0. 16.   200 a 4 29 1  3 5 7 17. 14.52 Radians e. What is the smallest positive co-terminal angle of 2000 degrees? 17.   .   117  a 2  b2 5 5 29 12.     20.  c. Quadrant 4 11. b. cos   . Find the smallest positive angle A in standard position with its terminal ray arm passing through (4 3. .  2  8  3 6 6 5  3 1  2 c. (0. for 0    2 .93 13. 16. Find the exact value of sin  . “Trig Homework Solutions” . d. 5 74 b.   3.   1. 4) c. 4 15. ( 33.5) c. P(7. b. 19. What is the value of sin 2  cos 2  csc sec ? 4 4 3 6 1 21.   2. . 2 18. 6 3 2 2 7a. Determine the value of sin  if sec   . Give your answers as exact values.   215 e. If tan   and cos  0 .  0. then find the exact value of sec . 0. y  5cos   x  5    2 4a.