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It is also possible to view whether these two trigonometric expressions are congruent by viewing them graphically and numerically. To do this with equation 12 type

and

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Then graph the two equations on an appropriate window like Zoom7. Trigonometric to see the two equations are equivalent visually. You can also set up a table and look at the y-values for each equation for a given x value. Notice the y-values are always the same.
 

Check Your Understanding: (Remember to write down the answers to these questions.)

1. Express each degree angle in radians:

a. 270

b. 390

c. 20

2. Express each angle in degrees:
 

a. 

b. 

c. 

3. Use the identities given above to prove the following identities:

a. 

b. 
 

4. View the two identities above both graphically and numerically to see that they are congruent to each other.

 

Table of Contents

Section 14

Answer Section

Section 16

 

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