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Lecture Notes Tr.nometric Iden.ies Sample Problems - Solutions 1. tanxsinx+cosx = secx Solution: We will only use the fact that sin2 x+cos2 x .Tr.nometric functions, iden.ies, formulas and the sine and cosine laws are presented..24/25 Use trig iden.y: cos x - y = cos x.cos y + sin x.sin y We have cos x = 3/5, find sin x We have cos y = 4/5, find sin y sin x = 1 - cos^2 x = 1 - 9/25 = 16/25 --> sin x = +- 4/5 sin y = 1 - cos^2 y = 1 - 16/25 = 9/25 --> sin y = +- 3/5 Since cos x > 0 and cos y > 0, then the arcs x and y are both located in Quadrant I..Trig Iden.ies Welcome to highermathematics.co.uk A sound understanding of Trig Iden.ies is essential to ensure exam success. Please find .

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Lecture Notes Tr.nometric Iden.ies Sample Problems - Solutions 1. tanxsinx+cosx = secx Solution: We will only use the fact that sin2 x+cos2 x = 1 for all values of x. LHS = tanxsinx+cosx = sinx cosx sinx+cosx =.

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Tr.nometric functions, iden.ies, formulas and the sine and cosine laws are presented..

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24/25 Use trig iden.y: cos x - y = cos x.cos y + sin x.sin y We have cos x = 3/5, find sin x We have cos y = 4/5, find sin y sin x = 1 - cos^2 x = 1 - 9/25 = 16/25 --> sin x = +- 4/5 sin y = 1 - cos^2 y = 1 - 16/25 = 9/25 --> sin y = +- 3/5 Since cos x > 0 and cos y > 0, then the arcs x and y are both located in Quadrant I. Their sin are both positive..