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2 3

5. tan
12

2
6

2. sin (165)

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sin (360 )
sin 360 cos cos 360 sin
0 cos 1 sin
sin

## 11. sin (360 ) sin

6
2

6. sec
12

3
2

3. tan 345

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## The interference is destructive. The waves cancel

each other completely.

## 12. Physics Sound waves can be modeled by equations of the

form y 20 sin (3t ). Determine what type of interference
results when sound waves modeled by the equations
y 20 sin (3t 90) and y 20 sin (3t 270) are combined.
(Hint: Refer to the application in Lesson 7-3.)

cos (180 )
cos 180 cos sin 180 sin
(1) cos 0 sin
cos

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## 9. tan (x y) if csc x 153 and cot y 43

13

85

8. sin (x y) if cos x 18
and cos y 35
7

16

65

7. cos (x y) if sin x 15
and sin y 45
3

and 0 y .
Find each exact value if 0 x
2
2

6
2

4. csc 915

6
2

1. cos
12

2
1

2. tan
8

3. cos
8

11
9,

169

12
0

119

24 7 24
, ,

25 25 7

7. sin 35, 0 2

4, 3, 4
5 5 3

5. tan 12,
2

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## 10. Baseball A batter hits a ball with an initial velocity v0 of

100 feet per second at an angle to the horizontal. An outfielder
catches the ball 200 feet from home plate. Find if the range
v 2 sin 2.
of a projectile is given by the formula R 31
2 0

2 sin x
cos x
cos x sin x 
2

sin
2x
cos x sin x 
2

sin
2x
9. cos x sin x
2

## 1 sin 2x  (sin x cos x)2

1 sin 2x  sin2 x 2 sin x cos x cos2 x
1 sin 2x  1 2 sin x cos x
1 sin 2x 1 sin 2x

17 42
1

4
2
1
,
,

25
25
17

6. sec 52,
2

12
0,

169

1
2 , 0 90
4. sin
13

1. sin 105

Practice

## NAME _____________________________ DATE _______________ PERIOD ________

Use sum or difference identities to find the exact value of each trigonometric
function.

7-4
Double-Angle and Half-Angle Identities

Practice

7-3