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# Chapter 6 Periodic Functions

6.1 The Sine and Cosine Functions 6.2 Circular Functions and their Graphs 6.3 Sinusoidal Models 6.4 Inverse Circular (Trigonometric) Functions

## Average Daily High Temperatures in New York City

H(t) = 24sin(0.0172(t-120)) + 62 On what days was the average daily high temperature equal to 50 degrees? 50 = 24sin(0.0172(t-120)) + 62

## solve sin(t) = 1/3

t = sin-1(1/3) or t = arcsin(1/3) t = .34 calculator t = 3.14 - .34 = 2.80 unit circle symmetry t = .34 + 2k t = 2.80 + 2k

solve sin(t) = -1/3 t = 3.14 + .34 = 3.44 t = 6.28 - .34 = 5.94 unit circle symmetry t = 3.44 + 2k t = 5.94 + 2k

## Inverse Sine Function

y = sin-1(x) or y = arcsin(x)

means
sin(y) = x and /2 y /2

sin-1(x)

## arc between /2 and /2

sin-1(0) sin-1(1)

## Inverse Sine Function

y = sin-1(x) or y = arcsin(x) means sin(y) = x and /2 y /2

y=sin(x)

y=arcsin(x)

y=Sin(x)

## Inverse Cosine Function

y = cos-1(x) or y = arccos(x) means cos(y) = x and 0 y

y=cos(x)

y=arccos(x) y=Cos(x)

## Inverse Tangent Function

y = tan-1(x) or y = arctan(x) means tan(y) = x and /2 < y < /2

y=tan(x)

y=arctan(x)

y=Tan(x)

More Practice

## More Practice Page330: #65 (check)

1+4*sin(Pi*(t+2.5)/5) = 0

## 7/6 = 0.0172(t-120) (1/0.0172)*(7/6) = t-120

(1/0.0172)*(7/6) + 120 = t
333 = t

## -/6 = 0.0172(t-120) (1/0.0172)*(-/6) = t-120

(1/0.0172)*(-/6) + 120 = t
90 = t

Homework

Page330: #53-70
TURN IN: #54, 56, 58, 66

## FINAL EXAM - REVIEW

TRIG FUNCTIONS:
1) Basic evaluations (/6, /4, /3, /2, ) 2) Given info to formula to graph. 3) Picture to info to formula

## 4) Given sin(t), determine cos(t), tan(t), cot(t), sec(t) and csc(t).

5) Use inverse trig ideas to solve a trig equation

## FINAL EXAM - REVIEW

EXAM 2
1) Find a shifted exponential formula 2) Determine instantaneous rate of change for logistic model 3) Find and interpret vertex in context. 4) Use logarithms to solve an exponential equation. 5) Find polynomial formula from zeroes and y intercept.

## FINAL EXAM - REVIEW

EXAM 1
1) Identify formulas to match graphs. 2) Determine an inverse function. 3) Determine a linear model in context.

## 4) Determine a basic exponential model in context.

5) Determine a linear model from two points.