• John Berry
  • Patrick Wainwright


When you have finished studying this chapter you should be able to
  1. 1.

    use the appropriate trigonometric identity to simplify expressions involving the trigonometric functions sine, cosine and tangent

  2. 2.

    quote and use the double angle formulas for sin(2θ) and cos(2θ)

  3. 3.

    simplify the expression a sin x + b cos x and solve equations of the form a sin x + b cos x = c

  4. 4.

    define and use the inverse trigonometric functions

  5. 5.

    quote and use the sine rule and the cosine rule for finding angles and side lengths in oblique triangles



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