 14.3.1: Find the value of each expression. 1. tan , if sin _1 2 ; 90 180 2
 14.3.10: Find the value of each expression. 10. tan , if cot = 2; 0 < 90
 14.3.46: If sin x = m and 0 < x < 90, then tan x = A _1 m2 . B _1  m2 m . C...
 14.3.2: csc , if cos _3 5 ; 180 270
 14.3.11: sin , if cos = _2 3 ; 0 < 90 _ 5 3
 14.3.47: If sin x = m and 0 < x < 90, then tan x = A _1 m2 . B _1  m2 m . C...
 14.3.3: cos , if sin _4 5 ; 0 90
 14.3.12: sec , if tan = 2; 90 < < 180 1
 14.3.48: State the vertical shift, equation of the midline, amplitude, and p...
 14.3.4: sec , if tan 1; 270 360
 14.3.13: tan , if sec = 3; 180 < < 270
 14.3.49: y tan 12
 14.3.5: Simplify each expression. 5. csc cos tan
 14.3.14: csc , if cos =  _3 5 ; 90 < < 180
 14.3.50: Find the amplitude, if it exists, and period of each function. Then...
 14.3.6: sec2 1
 14.3.15: cos , if sec = _5 3 ; 270 < < 360
 14.3.51: y cos 3
 14.3.7: tan sin 8
 14.3.16: cos , if sin = _1 2 ; 0 < 90 _
 14.3.52: y _1 3 cot 5
 14.3.8: sin (1 cot2 )
 14.3.17: csc , if cos =  _2 3 ; 180 < < 270
 14.3.53: Find the sum of a geometric series for which a1 48, an 3, and r _1 2
 14.3.9: When a person moves along a circular path, the body leans away from...
 14.3.18: Simplify each expression. 18. cos csc co
 14.3.54: Write an equation of a parabola with focus at (11, 1) and directrix...
 14.3.19: tan cot 1
 14.3.55: Ms. Granger has taught 288 students at this point in her career. If...
 14.3.20: sin cot co
 14.3.56: Name the property illustrated by each statement. (Lesson13) 56. If...
 14.3.21: cos tan s
 14.3.57: If 7 s 21, then s 14.
 14.3.22: 2(csc2  cot2 )
 14.3.58: If 4x 16, then 12x 48. 5
 14.3.23: 3(tan2  sec2 )
 14.3.59: If q (8 5) 32, then q 13 32.
 14.3.24: cos csc tan
 14.3.25: sin csc cot ta
 14.3.26: 1  cos2 _ sin2
 14.3.27: For Exercises 27 and 28, use the following information. When an alt...
 14.3.28: Write an expression for the power in terms of tan2 2ft.
 14.3.29: Find the value of each expression. 29. tan , if cos = _4 5 ; 0 < 90...
 14.3.30: cos , if csc =  _5 3 ; 270 < < 360
 14.3.31: sec , if sin = _3 4 ; 90 < < 180 3
 14.3.32: sin , if tan = 4; 180 < < 270
 14.3.33: Simplify each expression. 33. 1  sin2 _ sin2
 14.3.34: sin2 + cos2 __ sin2
 14.3.35: tan2  sin2 __ tan2 sin2
 14.3.36: For Exercises 3638, use the following information. Suppose a child ...
 14.3.37: What is the velocity of the merrygoround? ab
 14.3.38: If the speed of the merrygoround is 3.6 meters per second, what i...
 14.3.39: For Exercises 39 and 40, use the following information. The amount ...
 14.3.40: Is the equation in Exercise 39 equivalent to R2 = _I tan cos E ? Ex...
 14.3.41: Describe how you can determine the quadrant in which the terminal s...
 14.3.42: Write two expressions that are equivalent to tan sin .
 14.3.43: If cot (x) = cot (_ 3 ) and 3 < x < 4, find x.
 14.3.44: If tan = _3 4 , find _sin sec cot
 14.3.45: Use the information on page 837 to explain how trigonometry can be ...
Solutions for Chapter 14.3: Trigonometric Identities
Full solutions for College Physics, Volume 1  10th Edition
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Solutions for Chapter 14.3: Trigonometric Identities
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