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Lecture 16, 17, 18, and 19

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Lecture 16, 17, 18, and 19 Math 240


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I have added Lecture 16 which was on Oct. 23. That lecture begins the Trigonometry Section for the year. Lecture 16 - Chapter 5.2 Lecture 17 - Chapter 5 Lecture 18 - Chapter 5 Lecture 19 - C...
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Date Created: 10/23/15
52 Trigonometric Functions of Real Numbers The circumference of a circle is C 2Hr If r1 the distance around the circle is 2H units If you went half way it would be H units If you went 34 of the way it would be 3H4 units Now Every point in the xy plane is some distance away from the origin V x The pythagorean theorem r xix2y2 Where r gt O The line from origin to xy creates an angle 9 from positive x axis Definition The six trigonometric function are as follows 0056 3 Sin 2r tan sec 3 csc g cot i Each Quadrant has its own negative andor positive xy points which determine if the Trig Function is either positive or negative I 11 in I all x and y values are positive in II x is negative and y is positive in 111 all x and y values are negative 111 IV in IV x is positive and y is negative Example If cos and 9 is in quadrant IV Find the other trigonometric values Solution First we will want to find y by using the pythagorean theorem z 52 Z 32 y2 25 9 y2 y j y j 4 Since we know that 9 is in QIV we will know that y will be negative Sin tan sec csc cot Notice that sec csc and cot look like cosh Sink and tan lag which is true because if you perform L4 you get a 3 You will want to remember this later on when having to solve trigonometric functions and identities Trigonometric Function Values of Some Special Angles 0 a a a Vquot 51716 V70 0 O 21 01 if if V74 0 l 0056 if 07 1 if l ZZ 71 01 l ZO or O You will want to remember the table above for solving questions such as the next example However we will need to go over angle references 97 first In General If 9 is known 0 If 9 is in Q1 then calculate the trig function values directly from the chart above other methods will discussed later 0 If 9 is in QII we will use or appropriately and take trig function values of 9 H where 9 is the reference angle 0 If 9 is in QIII we will use or appropriately and take trig function values of 9 9 H where 9 is the reference angle 0 If 9 is in QIV we will use or appropriately and take trig function values of 9 2H where 9 is the reference angle Example Find a COS b Six4 c tam 41 Solution a COS is in QII because it39s not at H but past Hmn mmn 4 4 W 4 4 4 004 72 Since we are in QII cos 6 is negative b Sin1 is in QIII because it39s not at I but past H 7H E 6 6 6 SIM 71 Since we are in QIII sin is negative c tam 41 is in QIV because negative angles go clockwise 1 I which means you go around once and then stop at tam 41 1 Since we are in QIV tan6 is negative due to y Example Find the value of 564 654 and cot 4I Solution 564 125 since sec 6 m then you can take l g and ip it 654 2 since sec 6 sin 1amp9 then you can take l g and ip it cot 1 since sec 6 m then you can take 1 and ip it EvenOdd Function cos 9 0066 3 even Sin 9 Sin 3 odd tan 9 tan 3 odd Pythagorean Identities Recall x2 y2 r2 If you divide by r2 ff 92 1 00526 Sin2 1 If you divide by COS2 00529 Sin2 1 00529 00529 00529 1 tan2 S602 If you divide by Sin2 00529 Sin2 1 Sin2 Sin2 Sin2 cot2 1 cs02 If you can remember just the first identity you can easily proof the other two identities Please accept my apologies if you have some issue with reading these notes because my backpack which contained my MATH 240 notebook got soaked Thus after drying the notebook in the oven at 150 degrees for half a day I noticed that some of the ink bleed through the page If you have issues reading them you are more than welcome to send me a message via mth039latechedu and I will be more than happy to type my notes up to resubmit I will also advise that Lecture 17 should have contained 54 but that will be covered in Lecture 18 I have also included the Suggested Assignments to assist with understanding how to complete the homework Thank you for your time and happy studying Mariah Thomas 1M 39 ril 53 5 Z Tri n ME39jr L Cmmpka r e 36 E Pager 1 W n um 15 L135 139 tPf imr Win32 1 NEW3i Ma k93 HMSE CUM Him b pa o Ma 3 Lve a Baha ier 55quot a1v1 Casi 5 39E Lrgbr 39E39i39 N mi aE F art quotW quotfi jaairfih r Cris I ErHr 111 34 will aregear 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