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Date Created: 09/19/15
L23 Complementary Angles Cofunctions Trigonometric Functions of Angles g Trigonometric Functions of General Angles Two acute angles are called complementary if their sum is the right angle Example Find the complementary angles for 27 it a 50 b c 7 6 Note In a right triangle a 90 therefore a and are complementary Also b a b sm cosa cos sma tan cota c c a c c a csc gseca sec csca cot gtana a The functions sine amp cosine tangent amp cotangent and secant amp cosecant are called cofunctions of each other 268 Complementary Angles Theorem Cofunctions of complementary angles are equal I Note The angles 6 and 90 6 are complementary therefore the theorem s statement can be written as Function 6 C0functl390n 90 6 Or Function 6 C0functl390n 6 Example Use the Complementary Angle Theorem to fill in the blank spaces sin10 cos c0s30 sin 7 7 tan 2 cot csc 2 sec 4 6 Example Find the exact values of the expressions tan 56 cot34 57 7 sm cos 2 12 12 269 The Trigonometric Functions of Angles g g g 61450 4 7r 5111 4 7r 0057 4 7r CSC 4 7r seci 4 cotz 4 Example Find the exact value of the expression escaj cot 91 3 7r s1n 3 60 7r 7 7 cos tan cot 3 3 3 Note By using the Complementary Angles Theorem 7f 7 8111 COS 7z 7 7r 7 cos s1n tan cot 6 3 6 3 6 3 9130o 9145o 6160quot 6 4 3 sin 6 cos 6 tan 6 cot 6 Note The entries in the table above must be memorized Example Find the exact values of the expressions tang emf 3 3 7239 7239 sec csc 4 esc1 00tl 272 Trigonometric Functions of General Angles Let P xy be apoint on the terminal side of 6 and 0 dPOr rgt0 0 Thus r I le yZ Wede ne cos6 sec6 x 0 r x s1n6x csc6 y 0 V y tan6x x 0 cot6 y 0 5 y The ratios are independent on the choice of a point P xy for instance cos6 f i where R xPyl r n is any other point on the tenninal side rl J06Z y1Z they are functions only of angle 6 Thus The six ratios above are called the trigonometric functions of angle For an acute ang e 19 GOSH f adjacent r hypotenuse 5mg X r tang X x Example Find the values of the remaining trigonometric functions if c0519 7 and I9 is in Quadrant III The Values of the Trigonometric Functions of the Quadrantal Angles For each of the quadrantal angles 6 we choose the point P x y on the terminal side of 6 6000 lt gt P10 61900 lt gt P01 a 7r180 lt gt P 710 6 37 270 gt P 071 Since r l and the point on the terminal side of 6 is P xy then c056x sin6y tan6l cot6 x y x150 yiO 7r 37r 6000 6 90 6 1800 6 270 2 2 c056 sin 9 tan 9 cot 9 Coterminal Angles Two angles in standard position are called coterminal if they have the same terminal side by a point on the terminal side thus they are equal for coterminal angles The values of a trigonometric function are defined cos 9 2k coslt9 sec 9 2k sec 9 sin6 2k sin 9 csc 9 2k csc 9 tan 9 2k tan 9 cot 9 2k cot 9 Note An angle coterminal with 6 is 6 27rk or 6 360 k Where k is an integer number Example Find the angle in the interval 0 360 that is coterm inal with Example Find the angle coterm inal with 6 157 which lies a in interval 0 27 b in interval 77 7 Example Find the exact value of each of the following sin 720 23 sec 7 6 llIr s1n 2 cotll37r The Sigis of the Trigonometric Functions Let P xy be a point on the terminal side of 6 and dP0 r 1 The signs of the trigonometric functions of an angle 6 determined by the quadrant where 6 lies and can be easily obtained from the siX ratios for the trigonometric functions assuming that r l sin6y cos6x tan6Z x 05061 sec6l cot6 y x y Example Name the quadrant where the angle 6 lies if sin6lt 0 and tan6 gt 0 Reference Angle Let 8 be an angle that lies in a quadrant The reference angle for 8 is the acute angle formed by the terminal side f 8 and the xaxis Li 7i Example Find the reference angle a for 8 if 9092 b875 083300 nding the Exact Values of a Trigonometric Function by using the Reference Angle Let a be the reference angle for a nonquadrantal angle 6 and Pi iapoint on the terminal side of 6 r 2 Note a is the acute angle in the right triangle with the opposite lyl adjacent M and hypotenuse r sin6X gt Isin msina gt sin6sina r r cos6i gt cos67icosa gt cos6cosa r r tan X gt tan6tana gt tan6tana x x In order to find the Value of a trigonometric function of a nonquadrantal angle 6 we do the following mine the quadrant where 6 lies 2 Find the reference an le 1 Value of the function at 6 is the positiv negative depending on the quadrant Value ofthe function at I Example Find the exact values of 7239 S111 4 297 tan 6 csc 225 281 Finding Values of the Remaining Functions by Using the Reference Angle Example Use the reference angle a to find the values of the rema1n1ng tr1gonometrlc functlons at 6 1f s1n 6 2 and tan6lt0 1 Graph the angle 6 2 Find the reference angle a 3 Draw a right triangle with the acute angle a 4 Find the values of remaining functions of the angle 6 evaluating the corresponding ratios in the right triangle and adjusting the Sign according to the quadrant where 6 lies 282


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