Analytic Trigonometry

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Into to analytic chapter on trigonometry. Some basic identities and two examples of simplifying expressions using identities

Into to analytic chapter on trigonometry. Some basic identities and two examples of simplifying expressions using identities

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  • 1. Analytical Trigonometry Fundamental Identities
  • 2. Intro vs Computational Theory/Proof
  • 3. Vocabulary
    • Identity:
  • 4. Vocabulary
    • Identity: True for all values of the variable
  • 5. Vocabulary
    • Identity: True for all values of the variable
    • Equation:
  • 6. Vocabulary
    • Identity: True for all values of the variable
    • Equation: True for specific value(s) of the variable
  • 7. Identities Basic Trig Identities
    • Reciprocal Identities
  • 8. Identities Basic Trig Identities
    • Reciprocal Identities
  • 9. Identities Basic Trig Identities
    • Reciprocal Identities
    • Quotient Identities
  • 10. Identities Basic Trig Identities
    • Reciprocal Identities
    • Quotient Identities
  • 11. Identities Pythagorean Identities
  • 12. Identities Pythagorean Identities
  • 13. Simplify the expression:
  • 14. Simplify the expression:
  • 15. Simplify the expression:
  • 16. Simplify the expression: ANSWER:
  • 17. Simplify the expression:
  • 18. Simplify the expression:
  • 19. Simplify the expression:
  • 20. Simplify the expression:
  • 21. Simplify the expression:
  • 22. Simplify the expression: ANSWER: