Lesson 7E Double Identity Solidify Understanding

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Find the two angles, , that are solutions to the equation. Round your answers to decimals. (Your calculator should be set in radians.)

You do not have to fill out the diagram. It is there to help you think about the solutions.)

Circle divided into four sectors with 0, 1.57, 3.14, and 4.17 radians 0 radians3.14 radians4.71 radians1.57 radians

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The sum and difference formulas are given in the table.

The sum and difference formulas can be used to find exact values of trigonometric functions involving sums or differences of special angles. The challenge is recognizing that an unfamiliar angle might be the sum or difference of an angle you know.

Write the following as the sum or difference of two angles for which you know the trig values.

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Find the exact value of the following using the sum and difference formulas.

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Find the exact value of the function given that and .

(Both and are in Q. 2.)

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Find the exact value of the function given that and .

(Both and are in Q. 3.)

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Find the arc length. Write your answers with in it. Then use your calculator to find the approximate length of the arc to decimal places.

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Find the length of an arc given that and .

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Find the arc length given and .

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Find the arc length given and .

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Find the arc length given and .