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Periodic Functions And Applications III. Significance of the constants A,B,C and D on the graphs of y = A sin(Bx+C) + D, y = A cos(Bx+C) + D Application of periodic functions Solution of simple trig equations within a specified domain Derivatives of functions involving sin x and cos x

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### Periodic Functions And Applications III

Significance of the constants A,B,C and D on the graphs of y = A sin(Bx+C) + D, y = A cos(Bx+C) + D

Application of periodic functions

Solution of simple trig equations within a specified domain

Derivatives of functions involving sin x and cos x

Applications of the derivatives of sin x and cos x in life-related situations

### FM Page 118 Ex 5.8

New Q

Page 351 Ex 10.1

No. 1-12 (parts a & b only), leave out no.10

Solving Trig(onometric) Equations

• Model Find all values of x (to the nearest minute) where 0< x <360 for which

• (a) sin x = 0.5

• (b) tan x = -1

 angle is in Q1 or Q2

(a) sin x = 0.5

x = 30 or x = 180 - 30

= 30 or 150

30

30

Value of sin x is 0.5

 30 off x-axis

 angle is in Q2 or Q4

(b) tan x = -1

x = 180 - 45 or x = 360 - 45

= 135 or 315

45

45°

Value of tan x is -1

 45 off x-axis

Ex 10.3

Page 363 2,6

### General Solution of a Trig Function

So there appears to be more than one solution

cos θ = 0.643

θ = cos-1 (0.643)

θ ≈ 50°

But cos 310° = 0.643 also

So, how many solutions are there?

cos curve

cos θ = 0.634

θ = 50° or θ = 310°

or θ = 50° + 360° or θ = 310° + 360°

or θ = 50° + 2 x 360° or θ = 310° -360°

or θ = 50° + 3 x 360° or θ = 310° - 2 x 360°

or θ = 50° - 360° or θ = 310° - 3 x 360°

or θ = 50° - 2 x 360° etc

θ = 50° + 360° x n θ = 310° + 360° x n

θ = 50° + 360n

θ = 310° + 360°n

The General Solution forcos θ = 0.643

For all integer values of n

Find all values of x (to the nearest minute) for which

(a) sin x = 0.5

 angle is in Q1 or Q2

(a) sin x = 0.5

x = 30 or x = 180 - 30

= 30 or 150

 general solution is

x = 30 + n x 360 or x = 150 + n x 360

30

30

Value of sin x is 0.5

 30 off x-axis

Model Find all values of x (to the nearest minute) where 0 ≤ x ≤ 360 for which

(a) sin2x = 0.25

(b) tan 3x = -1

 angle is in Q1,Q2,Q3 or Q4

(a) sin2x = 0.25

sin x = ± 0.5

x = 30 or x = 150 or x = 210 or x = 330

30

30

30

30

Value of sin x is 0.5

 30 off x-axis

 angle is in Q2 or Q4

(b) tan 3x = -1

3x = 135° + 360n or 3x = 315 + 360n

x = 45 + 120n or x = 105 + 120n

 45, 165, 285, 105, 225, 345

45

45°

Value of tan x is -1

 45 off 3x-axis

Page 371 Ex 10.5

1, 2, 4,10, 14

### FM Page 304 Ex 14.161 -23 with GC

• Derivatives of functions involving sin x and cos x

Derivative of sin x and cos x

y = sin x

 dy = cos x

dx

y = cos x

 dy = -sin x

dx

Model : Find the derivative of(a) sin 2x(b) sin32x(c) sin2x cos3x(d) sin(π-3x)

• do some examples on Graphmatica

Model : Find the derivative of(a) sin 2x(b) sin32x(c) sin2x cos3x(d) sin(π-3x)

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(a) y = sin 2x

= sin u where u = 2x

dy= cos u du= 2

du dx

dy=dy . du

dx du dx

= 2 cos u

= 2 cos 2x

Model : Find the derivative of(a) sin 2x(b) sin32x(c) sin2x cos3x(d) sin(π-3x)

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(b) y = sin32x ( = (sin 2x)3 )

= u3 where u = sin 2x

dy= 3u2du= 2 cos 2x

du dx

dy=dy . du

dx du dx

= 3u2 . 2 cos 2x

= 6 sin22x cos 2x

Model : Find the derivative of(a) sin 2x(b) sin32x(c) sin2x cos3x(d) sin(π-3x)

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(c) y = sin2x cos3x

= uv where u = sin2x and v = cos3x

du= 2 sinx cosx dv = -3 sin3x

dx dx

dy= u dv + v du

dx dx dx

= -3 sin3x sin2x + cos3x  2 sin x cos x

= -3 sin3x sin2x + 2 cos3x sin x cos x

Model : Find the derivative of(a) sin 2x(b) sin32x(c) sin2x cos3x(d) sin(π-3x)

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(d) y = sin (π-3x)

= sin 3x

dy= 3 cos 3x

dx

### NEWQ P50 2.4No. 1(a,b,d,f,h,j), 3 – 8 (all)FM Page 447 Ex 19.51,4,5

Model : Find the gradient of the curve y = sin 2x at the point where x = π/3

Model : Find the gradient of the curve y = sin 2x at the point where x = π/3

• Consider the motion of an object on the end of a spring dropped from a height of 1m above the equilibrium point which takes 2π seconds to return to the starting point.

1m

0m

-1m

s = cos t

v = -sin t

a = -cos t

Model: The motion of an object oscillates such that its displacement, s, from a fixed point is given by s = 4cos3t where s is in meters and t is in seconds.(a) How far from the fixed point is the object at the start?(b) How long does it take for the object to return to its starting point?(c) Find the object’s velocity (i) at the start (ii) as it passes the fixed point (iii) after 2 sec(d) Find its acceleration as it passes the fixed point

Model: The motion of an object oscillates such that its displacement, s, from a fixed point is given by s = 4cos3t where s is in meters and t is in seconds.(a) How far from the fixed point is the object at the start?

• At the start, t = 0

• When t = 0, s = 4 cos(3x0)

• = 4 cos0

• = 4 x 1

• = 4

• i.e. at the start, object is 4 metres from the fixed point.

Model: The motion of an object oscillates such that its displacement, s, from a fixed point is given by s = 4cos3t where s is in meters and t is in seconds. (b)How long does it take for the object to return to its starting point?

Returns to starting point  s = 4

 4 cos3t = 4

 cos3t = 1

 3t = 2nπ

 t = 2nπ/3

 t = 2π/3, 4π/3, 6π/3, …

i.e. first returns to starting point after 2π/3 secs

Model: The motion of an object oscillates such that its displacement, s, from a fixed point is given by s = 4cos3t where s is in meters and t is in seconds.(c) Find the object’s velocity (i) at the start(ii) as it passes the fixed point (iii) after 2 sec

s = 4 cos3t

 v = -12 sin3t

(i) At the start

When t = 0, v = -12 sin 0

= 0

Model: The motion of an object oscillates such that its displacement, s, from a fixed point is given by s = 4cos3t where s is in meters and t is in seconds.(c) Find the object’s velocity (i) at the start (ii) as it passes the fixed point(iii) after 2 sec

• (ii) at what time does it pass the fixed point

 s = 0

•  4 cos 3t = 0

• cos 3t = 0

• 3t = π/2, …

• t = π/6, …

• When t = π/6, v = -12 sin 3π/6

• = -12

Model: The motion of an object oscillates such that its displacement, s, from a fixed point is given by s = 4cos3t where s is in meters and t is in seconds.(c) Find the object’s velocity (i) at the start(ii) as it passes the fixed point (iii) after 2 sec

• (iii) After 2 sec

• v = -12 sin 3x2

• = -12 sin 6

• = 3.35

Model: The motion of an object oscillates such that its displacement, s, from a fixed point is given by s = 4cos3t where s is in meters and t is in seconds.(d) Find its acceleration as it passes the fixed point

• s = 4 cos3t

• v = -12 sin3t

• a = -36 cos3t

It passes the fixed point when t = π/6,

a = -36 cos 3π/6

= 0