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Warm

Up 6.6, Day 1
Express the product as a sum containing only sines and/or cosines.

sin ( 4 ) cos ( 6 )

Express the sum or dierence as a product containing only sines


and/or cosines.

cos (8 ) cos ( 4 )

Unit 6: Explore Analytic


Trigonometry
Target 6.6, Day 1
SOLVING TRIGONMETRIC
EQUATIONS (S7.7)

Consider the trigonometric equation. The cosine of what angle is


?

1
cos =
2

5
3

Is also a solution? Why?

Graph it (use radians). How many solutions (intersections) do you


see?

Because we may potentially have innite solutions, we will restrict


our domain to the interval _____ < _____.

Solve the equation on the interval 0 < 2. Give exact values.

2
sin =
2

cos = 1

Why does one equation have two answers, but the other equation
only has one answer?

Solve the equation on the interval 0 < 2. Give exact values.

2sin + 3 = 0

2 cos + 2 = 0

Solve the equation on the interval 0 < 2. Give exact values.

6 csc 10 = 2

Use a calculator to solve the equation on the interval 0 < 2.


Give approximate values expressed in radians, rounded to two
decimal places. Remember, when you use your calculator, pi is
already multiplied in to your answer!

sin = 0.3

tan = 0.25

cos = 0.80

Solve the equation on the interval 0 < 2 by graphing. Give


approximate values expressed in radians, rounded to two decimal
places.

5sin x + x = 3

Warm Up 6.6, Day 2


Solve the equation on the interval 0 < 2. Give exact values.

2 tan + 2 3 = 0

Use a calculator to solve the equation on the interval 0 < 2.


Give approximate values expressed in radians, rounded to two
decimal places.

cos = 0.65
Solve the equation on the interval 0 < 2 by graphing. Give
approximate values expressed in radians, rounded to two decimal
places.

3tan x + x = 2

Unit 6: Explore Analytic


Trigonometry
Target 6.6, Day 2
SOLVING TRIGOMETRIC
EQUATIONS WITH MANY
SOLUTIONS (S7.7)

Solve the equation on the interval 0 < 2. Give exact values.

1
sin ( 2 ) =
2

Recall that a coecient of x


(or ) other than 1 will
change the ______________
of our function, which will
aect how often our answers
repeat.

To nd the period of a sine
or cosine function, use the
formula P = ____________.

Solve the equation on the interval 0 < 2. Give exact values.

2
cos (3 ) =
2

Do you notice a connection between the b value and the number of


solutions that we have been getting?

Solve the equation on the interval 0 < 2. Give exact values.

sin ( 4 ) = 1

Why did this problem not t the pattern?

Warm Up 6.6, Day 3


Solve the equation on the interval 0 < 2. Give exact values.

2sin (3 ) = 2

Unit 6: Explore Analytic


Trigonometry
Target 6.6, Day 3
SOLVING TRIGONOMETRIC
EQUATIONS USING FACTORING
(S7.8)

Solve the equation by factoring.

x 2 3x = 10

2x 2 + 6 = 7x

2x 2 50 = 0

Use factoring to solve the equation on the interval 0 < 2. Give


exact values.

cos2 3cos = 2

Use factoring to solve the equation on the interval 0 < 2. Give


exact values.

sin 2 1 = 0

Use factoring to solve the equation on the interval 0 < 2. Give


exact values.

2 cos2 cos = 0

Use factoring to solve the equation on the interval 0 < 2. Give


exact values.

2sin 2 + 3sin = 1

Warm Up 6.6, Day 4


Use factoring to solve the equation on the interval 0 < 2. Give
exact values.

2 cos2 = cos

2sin = sin +1

Unit 6: Explore Analytic


Trigonometry
Target 6.6, Day 4
SOLVING TRIGONOMETRIC
EQUATIONS USING IDENTITIES
(S7.8)

Use identities to solve the equation on the interval 0 < 2. Give


exact values.

2sin = sin 2 + cos2

Use identities to solve the equation on the interval 0 < 2. Give


exact values.

cos2 = 3+ 2 cos sin 2

Use identities to solve the equation on the interval 0 < 2. Give


exact values.

sin ( 2 ) sin = 0

Use identities to solve the equation on the interval 0 < 2. Give


exact values.

cos ( 2 ) + 3 = 5cos