 14.1.1: The equation y = Arctan 1 describes the counterclockwise angle thro...
 14.1.13: Find the amplitude, if it exists, and period of each function. Then...
 14.1.45: Solve each equation. (Lesson 137) 46. x = Sin1 1
 14.1.2: Find the amplitude, if it exists, and period of each function. Then...
 14.1.14: y = 5 cos
 14.1.46: Arcsin (1) = y
 14.1.3: y = 2 sin
 14.1.15: y = 2 csc
 14.1.47: Arccos _ 2 2 = x
 14.1.4: y = _2 3 cos
 14.1.16: y = 2 tan
 14.1.48: Find the exact value of each function. (Lesson 136) 49. sin 390
 14.1.5: y = _1 4 tan
 14.1.17: y = _1 5 sin
 14.1.49: sin (315) 5
 14.1.6: y = csc 2
 14.1.18: y = _1 3 sec
 14.1.50: cos 405
 14.1.7: y = 4 sin 2
 14.1.19: y = sin 4
 14.1.51: There are 8 girls and 8 boys on the Faculty Advisory Board. Three a...
 14.1.8: y = 4 cos _3 4
 14.1.20: y = sin 2
 14.1.52: Find the first five terms of the sequence in which a1 = 3, an + 1 =...
 14.1.9: y = _1 2 sec 3
 14.1.21: y = sec 3
 14.1.53: Graph each pair of functions on the same set of axes. (Lesson 57) ...
 14.1.10: y = _3 4 cos _1 2
 14.1.22: y = cot 5
 14.1.54: y = 3x2, y = 3x2  4
 14.1.11: For Exercises 10 and 11, use the following information. In a certai...
 14.1.23: y = 4 tan _1 3
 14.1.55: y = 2x2, y = 2(x +1)2
 14.1.12: What is the maximum number of mice, and when does this occur? 4
 14.1.24: y = 2 cot _1 2
 14.1.25: For Exercises 24 and 25, use the following information. Doctors may...
 14.1.26: How do the periods of the tuning forks compare?
 14.1.27: Find the amplitude, if it exists, and period of each function. Then...
 14.1.28: y = 3 cos _1 2
 14.1.29: y = 3 csc _1 2
 14.1.30: y = _1 2 cot 2
 14.1.31: 2y = tan
 14.1.32: 3 4 y = _2 3 sin _3 5
 14.1.33: Draw a graph of a sine function with an amplitude _3 5 and a period...
 14.1.34: Draw a graph of a cosine function with an amplitude of _7 8 and a p...
 14.1.35: Graph the functions f(x) = sin x and g(x) = cos x, where x is measu...
 14.1.36: Identify all asymptotes to the graph of g(x) = sec x.
 14.1.37: For Exercises 3638, use the following information. A marker buoy of...
 14.1.38: Draw a graph showing the height of the buoy as a function of time
 14.1.39: What is the height of the buoy after 12 seconds?
 14.1.40: Write a trigonometric function that has an amplitude of 3 and a per...
 14.1.41: Explain what it means to say that the period of a function is 180.
 14.1.42: A function is called even if the graphs of y = f(x) and y = f(x) a...
 14.1.43: Dante and Jamile graphed y = 3 cos _2 3 . Who is correct? Explain y...
 14.1.44: Use the information on page 822 to explain how you can predict the ...
Solutions for Chapter 14.1: Graphing Trigonometric Functions
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