Chapter 1.6 Trigonometric Functions

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## Chapter 1.6 Trigonometric Functions

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**Degree/Radian Conversion**• To convert a degree measure to radians, multiply by π radians180° • To convert a radian measure to degrees, multiply by 180°π radians**Examples**• Examples • 1) 120° • 2) -45° • 3) 5π6 • 4) -3π2**Radian Measure**• The RADIAN MEASURE of the angle ACB at the center of the unit circle equals the length of the arc that ACB cuts from the unit circle. Radius =1**Finding Arc Length**• Find the length of an arc on a circle of radius 3 by a central angle of measure 2π/3. • S = r θ • = 3(2π/3) • = 2π**An Angle θ In Standard Position**When an angle of measure θ is placed in standard position at the center of a circle of radius r, the six trigonometric functions of θ are defined as follows: sin θ = y/r cscθ = r/y Cos θ = x/r sec θ = r/x Tan θ = y/x cot θ = x/y**(SOHCAHTOA)**• Sin – opp/hyp • Cos – adj/hyp • Tan – opp/adj • Csc – hyp/opp • Sec – hyp/adj • Cot – adj/opp**Periodicity**• Periodic Function, Period: A function f(x) is periodic if there is a postive number p such that f(x + p) = f(x) for every value of x. The smallest such value of p is the period of f.**Transformations of Trigonometric Graphs**• Y = a f ( b ( x + c ) ) + d • A = vertical stretch or shrink/reflection about x-axis • B = horizontal stretch or shrink/ reflection about y-axis • C = Horizontal shift • D = vertical shift**Finding Angles in degrees and Radians**• Find the measure of cos-1 (-0.5) in degrees and radians. • Put the calculator in degree mode and enter cos-1 (-0.5). You will get 120 degrees.**Using the Inverse Trigonometric Functions**• Sinx = 0.7 • Take the sin-1 of both sides. • X = sin-1(0.7) • X = 0.775**Homework**• Quick Review pg 52 # 1-4 • Section 1.6 Exercises pg 52 #1-10