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Mistaken Identities

Sequences,Prob & Stats

Gettin’ Triggy

Layin’ down the LAWS

Conics etc.

Introduction

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Mistaken Identities

Sequences,Prob & Stats

Gettin’ Triggy

Layin’ down the LAWS

Conics etc.

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Given sin x = 5/13

and tan x < 0

Find cos x

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Graph the trig function

f(x) = 1 – 3 cos 2x

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Graph the trig function!

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- Find the exact value of …
- B.
- C. D.

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Simplify!

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Factor & Simplify !

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Verify the Identity !

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Solve !

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Find the area of the triangle below.

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For a certain triangle, you are given that a = 5 b = 8 c = 10

Find B

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- Who is the current Vice President of the U.S.?
- Who is the Secretary of State?
- Who is the Secretary of Defense
- 4. Who is the Attorney General

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For a certain triangle, you are given that A = 58°, a = 11.4, b = 12.8

Solve the triangle

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What is the equation of the parabola?

(3,0)

(1,-3)

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Find the foci of the ellipse

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Find 2 sets of polar coordinates for the point. (where theta is between 0 and 2

(– 4, 4 )

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Identify the type of polar graph !

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Use sigma notation to write the sum

-2/4, 4/9, -6/16, 8/25…-14/64

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Write an expression for the nth term of the geometric sequence and find the sum of the first 20 terms of the sequence.

a1 = 16 a2 = – 8

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A six-sided die is rolled six times. What is the probability that each side appears exactly once?

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Decide how much of your earnings you are willing to wager on the next daily double question. Write that number in the upper right hand corner of your paper and circle it.

DAILY DOUBLE !

Decide how much of your earnings you are willing to wager on the Final Jeopardy question. Write that number in the upper right hand corner of your paper and circle it.

FINAL JEOPARDY

Find x

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FINAL JEOPARDY