Complete the questions on this document before the beginning of class on **Monday, April 11th**.

For this assignment, you should submit your work assignment electronically as a PDF file.

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# Month: March 2016

## Trigonometry Homework Assignment

## The Cosine Rule

## Trigonometry (with Triangles)

## Inverse Trigonometric Functions

## Compound– and Double-Angle Identities

## Fun with Comparison Tests

## Trigonometric Identities

## Models with Trigonometric Functions

Complete the questions on this document before the beginning of class on **Monday, April 11th**.

For this assignment, you should submit your work assignment electronically as a PDF file.

A triangle is constructed with sides of length 8 cm, 10 cm, and 3 cm. What is the measure of the angle opposite the side measuring 3 cm?

See if you can answer this question before tomorrow’s lesson.

Complete the following questions for the start of our lesson tomorrow.

Pages 358–360 questions 27, 31, 38, 40

Pages 367–369 questions 2, 11 c, 14 b, 16 + one of 20, 21, 22, or 23

Complete the following questions (concerning both the recently discussed compound– and double-angle identities and the inverse trigonometric functions) for the beginning of our lesson on Monday.

If you get stuck with any of these, see if you can find a similar example in the textbook (of course, yo can also post your questions here as usual).

Pages 333–335 questions 1, 4, 7, 9, 13

Pages 344–345 questions 3, 6, 9, 10, 13, 17, 21, 28, 34, 39 a)

Complete the following questions for our lesson tomorrow.

p.333–335 35, 38, 46

Your challenge tonight is to come up with a series that can be shown to converge using (either version of) the comparison test. We’ll vote on the best example tomorrow. Here’s my entry.

\[\sum_{n=1}^\infty \frac{1}{2^n-n^2}\]

Use the definitions of the reciprocal trigonometric functions (along with the Pythagorean theorem) to establish the identities given in the questions below.

Page 334–335 questions 34, 39, 40

Here’s the question we considered in today’s lesson. See how far you can get on this question tonight, and we’ll continue our discussion tomorrow.

The London Eye is 15 m off the ground, and has a diameter of 120 m. The London Eye completes one revolution every 30 minutes.

- Develop a function to model the height of a passenger on the London Eye t minutes after boarding a capsule.
- How far above ground would passengers in a capsule be after

a. 10 minutes have passed?

b. 25 minutes have passed?