 14.7.1: Find all solutions of each equation for the given interval. 1. 4 co...
 14.7.12: Find all solutions of each equation for the given interval. 12. 2 c...
 14.7.53: Which of the following is not a possible solution of 0 = sin + cos ...
 14.7.2: 2 sin2  1 = 0; 90 < < 270
 14.7.13: 2 sin =  3 ; 180 < < 360
 14.7.54: The graph of the equation y = 2 cos is shown. Which is a solution f...
 14.7.3: sin 2 = cos ; 0 < 2
 14.7.14: 4 sin2 = 1; 180 < < 360 1
 14.7.55: Find the exact value of sin 2, cos 2, sin _ 2, and cos _ 2 for each...
 14.7.4: 3 sin2  cos2 = 0; 0 < _ 2
 14.7.15: 4 cos2 = 3; 0 < 360
 14.7.56: cos = _1 2 ; 0 < < 90
 14.7.5: Solve each equation for all values of if is measured in radians. 5....
 14.7.16: Solve each equation for all values of if is measured in radians. 16...
 14.7.57: cos = _5 6 ; 0 < < 90
 14.7.6: sin + sin cos = 0
 14.7.17: 2 sin2  cos  1 = 0
 14.7.58: sin = _4 5 ; 0 < < 90
 14.7.7: Solve each equation for all values of if is measured in degrees. 7....
 14.7.18: cos2  _5 2 cos  _3 2 = 0 1
 14.7.59: Find the exact value of each expression. (Lesson 145) 59. sin 240
 14.7.8: 2 cos2 + 2 = 5 cos
 14.7.19: cos = 3 cos  2
 14.7.60: cos 315
 14.7.9: Solve each equation for all values of . 9. 2 sin2  3 sin  2 = 0
 14.7.20: Solve each equation for all values of if is measured in degrees. 20...
 14.7.61: sin 150
 14.7.10: 2 cos2 + 3 sin  3 = 0
 14.7.21: tan = sin
 14.7.62: Solve ABC. Round measures of sides and angles to the nearest tenth.
 14.7.11: According to Snells law, the angle at which light enters water is r...
 14.7.22: sin2  2 sin  3 = 0 2
 14.7.23: 4 sin2  4 sin + 1 = 0
 14.7.24: Solve each equation for all values of . 24. sin2 + cos 2  cos = 0
 14.7.25: 2 sin2  3 sin  2 = 0
 14.7.26: sin2 = cos2  1
 14.7.27: 2 cos2 + cos = 0
 14.7.28: For Exercises 28 and 29, use the following information. After a wav...
 14.7.29: How many times over the first 10 seconds does the graph predict the...
 14.7.30: Find all solutions of each equation for the given interval. 30. 2 c...
 14.7.31: sin2  1 = cos2 ; 0 <
 14.7.32: 2 sin2 + sin = 0; < < 2
 14.7.33: 2 cos2 = cos ; 0 < 2
 14.7.34: Solve each equation for all values of if is measured in radians. 34...
 14.7.35: cos 2 = 1  sin
 14.7.36: (cos )(sin 2) 2 sin + 2 = 0
 14.7.37: 2 sin2 + (2  1) sin = _ 2 2 S
 14.7.38: Solve each equation for all values of if is measured in degrees. 38...
 14.7.39: cos2  _7 2 cos  2 = 0
 14.7.40: sin 2 + _ 3 2 = 3 sin + cos 41
 14.7.41: 1  sin2  cos = _3 4
 14.7.42: Solve each equation for all values of . 42. sin _ 2 + cos = 1
 14.7.43: sin _ 2 + cos _ 2 = 2
 14.7.44: 2 sin = sin 2
 14.7.45: tan2 + 3 = (1 + 3 ) tan L
 14.7.46: For Exercises 46 and 47, use the following information. The height ...
 14.7.47: Find the angle of inclination that will produce a shadow 560 feet l...
 14.7.48: Write an example of a trigonometric equation that has no solution.
 14.7.49: Explain why the equation sec = 0 has no solutions
 14.7.50: Computer games often use transformations to distort images on the s...
 14.7.51: Explain why the number of solutions to the equation sin = _ 3 2 is ...
 14.7.52: Use the information on page 861 to explain how trigonometric equati...
Solutions for Chapter 14.7: Solving Trigonometric Equations
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