 8.1: ExercisesDetermine the radian measure of the angles shown in Exerci...
 8.2: ExercisesDetermine the radian measure of the angles shown in Exerci...
 8.3: ExercisesDetermine the radian measure of the angles shown in Exerci...
 8.4: Construct angles with the following radian measure.
 8.5: Construct angles with the following radian measure.54
 8.6: Construct angles with the following radian measure.92
 8.7: 92In Exercises 710, the point with the given coordinates determines...
 8.8: 92In Exercises 710, the point with the given coordinates determines...
 8.9: 92In Exercises 710, the point with the given coordinates determines...
 8.10: 92In Exercises 710, the point with the given coordinates determines...
 8.11: If sint=15, what are the possible values for cost?
 8.12: If cost=23, what are the possible values for sint?
 8.13: Find the four values oftbetween2and 2at whichsint=cost.
 8.14: Find the four values oftbetween2and 2at whichsint=cost.
 8.15: When/2<t<0, is tantpositive or negative?
 8.16: When/2<t<,issintpositive or negative?
 8.17: Geometry of a Roof A gabled roof is to be built on a housethat is 3...
 8.18: Determining the Height of a TreeA tree casts a 60footshadow when t...
 8.19: Differentiate (with respect totorx):f(t)=3sint
 8.20: Differentiate (with respect totorx):f(t)=sin3t
 8.21: Differentiate (with respect totorx):f(t)=sint
 8.22: Differentiate (with respect totorx):f(t)=cost3
 8.23: Differentiate (with respect totorx):g(x)=x3sinx
 8.24: Differentiate (with respect totorx):g(x)=sin(2x)cos5x
 8.25: Differentiate (with respect totorx):f(x)=cos 2xsin 3x
 8.26: Differentiate (with respect totorx):f(x)=cosx1x3
 8.27: Differentiate (with respect totorx):f(x)=cos34x
 8.28: Differentiate (with respect totorx):f(x)=tan32x
 8.29: Differentiate (with respect totorx):y=tan(x4+x2)
 8.30: Differentiate (with respect totorx):y=tane2x
 8.31: Differentiate (with respect totorx):y= sin(tanx)
 8.32: Differentiate (with respect totorx):y= tan(sinx)
 8.33: Differentiate (with respect totorx):y=sinxtanx
 8.34: Differentiate (with respect totorx):y=lnxcosx
 8.35: Differentiate (with respect totorx):y= ln(sinx)
 8.36: Differentiate (with respect totorx):y=ln(cosx)
 8.37: Differentiate (with respect totorx):y=e3xsin4x
 8.38: Differentiate (with respect totorx):y=sin4e3x
 8.39: Differentiate (with respect totorx):f(t)=sinttan 3t
 8.40: Differentiate (with respect totorx):f(t)=tan 2tcost
 8.41: Differentiate (with respect totorx):f(t)=etant
 8.42: Differentiate (with respect totorx):f(t)=ettant
 8.43: If f(t)=sin2t, findf??(t)
 8.44: Show thaty=3sin2t+cos2tsatisfies the differentialequationy??=4y.
 8.45: Iff(s, t)=sinscos 2t, findfsandft.
 8.46: Ifz=sinwt, findzwandzt.
 8.47: Iff(s, t)=tsinst, findfsandft.
 8.48: The identitysin(s+t)=sinscost+cosssintwas given in Section 8.2. Com...
 8.49: Find the equation of the line tangent to the graph ofy=tantatt=/4.
 8.50: Sketch the graph off(t)=sint+costfor2t2,using the following steps:(...
 8.51: Sketch the graph ofy=t+sintfor 0t2.
 8.52: Find the area under the curvey=2+sin3tfromt=0tot=/2.
 8.53: Find the area of the region between the curvey=sintand thetaxis fr...
 8.54: Find the area of the region between the curvey=costand thetaxis fr...
 8.55: Find the area of the region bounded by the curvesy=xandy=sinxfromx=...
 8.56: (a)ComputeV(0),V(1320),V(1160), andV(180).(b)What is the maximum lu...
 8.57: (a)Find a formula for the rate of flow of air into thelungs at time...
 8.58: Minute VolumeTheminute volumeis defined as the total amount of air...
 8.59: Evaluate the following integrals.?sin(x)dx
 8.60: Evaluate the following integrals.?(3 cos 3x2sin2x)dx
 8.61: Evaluate the following integrals.?/20cos 6xdx
 8.62: Evaluate the following integrals.?cos(62x)dx
 8.63: Evaluate the following integrals.?0(x2cos(2x))dx
 8.64: Evaluate the following integrals.?(cos 3x+2sin7x)dx
 8.65: Evaluate the following integrals.?sec2x2dx
 8.66: Evaluate the following integrals? sec22xdx
 8.67: In Fig. 2: Find the shaded areaA1. xycos xsin xA2A1A3A410/4/2Figure 2
 8.68: In Fig. 2: Find the shaded areaA2. cos xsin xA2A1A3A410/4/2Figure 2
 8.69: In Fig. 2:Find the shaded areaA3. xycos xsin xA2A1A3A410/4/2Figure 2
 8.70: In Fig. 2:Find the shaded areaA4. xycos xsin xA2A1A3A410/4/2Figure 2
 8.71: In Exercises 7174, find the average of the functionf(t)over thegive...
 8.72: In Exercises 7174, find the average of the functionf(t)over thegive...
 8.73: In Exercises 7174, find the average of the functionf(t)over thegive...
 8.74: In Exercises 7174, find the average of the functionf(t)over thegive...
 8.75: Evaluate the given integral. [Hint:Use identity (1), Section 8.4, t...
 8.76: Evaluate the given integral. [Hint:Use identity (1), Section 8.4, t...
 8.77: Evaluate the given integral. [Hint:Use identity (1), Section 8.4, t...
 8.78: Evaluate the given integral. [Hint:Use identity (1), Section 8.4, t...
 8.79: Evaluate the given integral. [Hint:Use identity (1), Section 8.4, t...
 8.80: Evaluate the given integral. [Hint:Use identity (1), Section 8.4, t...
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Absolute maximum
A value ƒ(c) is an absolute maximum value of ƒ if ƒ(c) ? ƒ(x) for all x in the domain of ƒ.

Additive inverse of a complex number
The opposite of a + bi, or a  bi

Arcsine function
See Inverse sine function.

Arrow
The notation PQ denoting the directed line segment with initial point P and terminal point Q.

Conic section (or conic)
A curve obtained by intersecting a doublenapped right circular cone with a plane

Fibonacci sequence
The sequence 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, . . ..

Graph of an equation in x and y
The set of all points in the coordinate plane corresponding to the pairs x, y that are solutions of the equation.

Inductive step
See Mathematical induction.

Infinite limit
A special case of a limit that does not exist.

Instantaneous rate of change
See Derivative at x = a.

Leibniz notation
The notation dy/dx for the derivative of ƒ.

Odd function
A function whose graph is symmetric about the origin (ƒ(x) = ƒ(x) for all x in the domain of f).

Real part of a complex number
See Complex number.

Reflection across the yaxis
x, y and (x,y) are reflections of each other across the yaxis.

Slant asymptote
An end behavior asymptote that is a slant line

Standard form: equation of a circle
(x  h)2 + (y  k2) = r 2

System
A set of equations or inequalities.

Tangent line of ƒ at x = a
The line through (a, ƒ(a)) with slope ƒ'(a) provided ƒ'(a) exists.

Unit vector
Vector of length 1.

xintercept
A point that lies on both the graph and the xaxis,.