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Practice class 1

• Ice-breaking activity.

Have a chat with someone else in the class. Find out:

– their name

– what course they’re doing

– something interesting about them.

Then tell the class about your new friend!

Your tutor will explain how the subject and practice classes run. Please ask any questions

you may have!

Your tutor will take you for a short tour of the Mathematics & Statistics building. Some

useful places are:

– the Maths & Stats Learning Centre (MSLC)

– the assignment boxes (near Wilson lab)

– subject coordinator’s office (Alex Ghitza, in 166)

– and tutor coordinator’s office (Anthony Mays, room G47)

– the general office.

1. Draw ‘standard triangles’ with angles:

π π π π π π

, , and , , .

6 3 2 4 4 2

Use these triangles, and the graphs of sin and cos, to evaluate the following:

(a) sin( π6 ) (b) cos( π4 ) (c) tan( π3 ) (d) cos( π2 )

(e) tan( π4 ) (f) sin( π2 ) (g) cos(π) (h) sin( π4 )

(i) tan( π6 ) (j) sin( π3 ) (k) sin(π) (l) cos( π3 )

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R

a

d x

y b

c

R

(d) sin(y) (e) cos(y) (f) tan(y)

(a) sin(2π/3) (b) cos(−π/4) (c) tan(−3π/4)

(d) sin(7π/6) (e) cos(5π/6) (f) tan(5π/3)

4. For each of the following, find all values of x in the range 0 ≤ x < 2π which satisfy the

given equation.

√

3

(a) sin(x) = 0 (b) cos(x) = 2

(c) tan(x) = 1

√

(d) cos(x) = −1 (e) tan(x) = 3 (f) sin(x) = √1

2

√

3

(g) cos(x) = 0 (h) sin(x) = 2

(i) tan(x) = − √13

5. In each case, sketch the graph (iv), by first sketching graphs (i) to (iii).

You should sketch them over the domain [0, 2π].

(a) (i) y = sin(x) (ii) y = sin(3x) (iii) y = 2 sin(3x)

(iv) y = 2 sin(3x) + 1

(b) (i) y = cos(x) (ii) y = cos(2x) (iii) y = − cos(2x)

(iv) y = − cos(2(x − π6 ))

(c) (i) y = sin(x) (ii) y = 3 sin(x) (iii) y = 3 sin(x + π4 )

(iv) y = 3 sin(x + π4 ) − 3

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