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AN EXAMPLE OF THE USE OF SUM TO PRODUCT FORMULA TO FIND IDENTITY

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AN EXAMPLE OF THE USE OF SUM TO PRODUCT FORMULA TO FIND IDENTITY

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GIVEN TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS, SHOWS HOW TO FIND EXACT VALUES, THEN USES SUBTRACTION FORMULA

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SHOWS AN EXAMPLE OF FINDING VALUES OVER A GIVEN INTERVAL OF A GIVEN TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTION

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GIVEN TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS, FIND THE SINE SUM FORMULA AND COSINE SUM FORMULA

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SHOWS EVALUATION OF TWO TRIGONOMETRIC EXPRESSIONS AND THEN SHOWS THE USE OF THE ADDITION FORMULA USING THE GIVEN FUNCTION VALUES

Can you please show every step? Thanks!

Any identity please? I'm not sure which one fits this problem.

To Calculate the height of a tree, Marie measures the angle of elevation from a point A to be 34. She then walks 10 feet directly towards the tree, and finds the angle of elevation from the new point...

find csc theta if cos theta is square root of 2 over 10

y= -5cot(x-pi/3) on[-2pi/3,4pi/3,pi/3] by [-20,20,0]

Solve: cos(2θ)=-1/2 on the interval 0≤θ<2π

Pls help! Oh, x is 270 degrees < x < 360 degrees

I get confused when I have to do the tangent part of the equation.

Could you please show me your steps? Thank you!

csc t = 3 and the terminal point of t is in Quadrant II.

you haveto change it from radians to degrees

prove that sin2x*(1/sin3x) = 2cotxcosecx

https://imgur.com/a/3voJV ; Can't format it properly here, so I'll just attach a link EDIT: for some reasons the link doesn't work properly, but if you copy paste it instead of clicking it...

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