Precalculus II MATH 162
Community College of Philadelphia
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Date Created: 10/11/15
Mathil627test7343racticeJ3roblems Simplify the following trigonometric expressions sec Xcos X2 sin X2CSC X2 sin X2 tan Xcsc X Verify prove the following identities tan Xcos X sin X2CSC X sin X sin Xcsc X l csc X2tan X csc Xsec X Write the following eXpression as a single trigonometric eXpression coswcos80 sinwsin80 Solve the following equation 2cos X sin 2X 0 Simplify the following eXpression cos2X sian EXpand the following eXpression so that there is no subtraction in the domain of the sine function sin 2X 7 5 Find the appr0Ximate value of the following functions or composition of functions tan39l 2 7 arccossin 45 sin39l 57 cos391 12 coscos391 23 Solve the following equations sinX 34 cosX 5 3tan X 75 csc X l3 3cos X 3 0 3cos2 X 2cos X 0 2cos X 3sin XcosX 0 Complete the following operations and give the answer in a bi form 2 7 3i 5 7i 5 7i 7 9 7 8i 4 7 3i2 7i l 7 5i1 5i Convert the following rectangular coordinates to polar form 43 07 65 5 7 4 5 Convert the following polar coordinates to rectangular form 3 50 10 300 5 130 11 200 Complete the following division and give your answer in a bi form 34i 2 7 3i Express the complex numbers in trigonometric form 5 4i 8 5i 0 7i Convert the complex numbers to a bi form 10cos 200 i sin 200 13cos 180 i sin180 Let z 4cos 120 i sin 120 w 6cos 130 i sin 130 be two complex numbers Perform the following operations and give the answer in trigonometric form with angles between 0 and 360 degrees ZXW 2 W4 2 MT The fth root ofw Find 1 i 12
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