266 Answered Questions for the topic trigonometric identities
Proove that tanx/secx+1 = 2cosx-2cos^2/sin2x
Use trigonometric identities to transform the left side of the equation to the right side (0 < θ < π/2).
Express the following in terms of sinx
Given Cos (2x)= -24/25, 2nd Quadrant (pi/2 <x< pi); What is Sin(x) ?
cos3x = 1- 3cosx Solve for x
Prove that cos(x)tan(x) divided by cosec(x)^2 equals cos(x)^3 divided by cot(x)^3
Proof of trigonometric identity
fiind all solutions at interval [0,2pi] sin^2x - cos^2x = 0
(sin x + sin 3x + sin 5x )/ (cos x + cos 3x + cos 5x) = tan 3x
Suppose the θ is an acute angle and cosθ = 4/5. Using the results sin2x = 1/2*(1 - cos2x) and cos2x = 1/2*(1 + cos2x), find the exact values of cos1/2θ, sin1
The trigonometric ratio of 13pi/3 are same as that of?
Points of discountuity
How to simplify trigonometric equations? (See details below)
Verify the identity. sin quantity x plus pi divided by two = cos x
Verify the identity. cotangent of x to the second power divided by quantity cosecant of x plus one equals quantity one minus sine of x divided by sine of x
Verify the identity. 4 csc 2x = 2 csc2x tan x
Cos theta = -4/9 with theta in quadrant 2, find sin theta
solve and put in a trig equation
verify the identity cot(x-pi/2)=-tanx
How to simplify trigonometric equations? (see details of question!)
If y=sin 0, what is sec 0 in terms of y?
Very the identity
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