Use the definitions (as in Example 2) to eval. uate the six trigonometric functions of (a) $\theta$ and (b) $\beta .$ In cases in which a radical occurs in a denominator, rationalize the denominator.

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Suppose that $\triangle A B C$ is a right triangle with $\angle C=90^{\circ}$.

If $A C=3$ and $B C=2,$ find the following quantities.

(a) $\cos A, \sin A, \tan A$

(b) $\sec B, \csc B, \cot B$

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Suppose that $\triangle A B C$ is a right triangle with $\angle C=90^{\circ}$.

If $A C=6$ and $B C=2,$ find the following quantities.

(a) $\cos A, \sin A, \tan A$

(b) $\sec B, \csc B, \cot B$

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Suppose that $\triangle A B C$ is a right triangle with $\angle C=90^{\circ}$.

If $A B=13$ and $B C=5,$ compute the values of the six trigonometric functions of angle $B$.

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Suppose that $\triangle A B C$ is a right triangle with $\angle C=90^{\circ}$.

If $A B=3$ and $A C=1,$ compute the values of the six trigonometric functions of angle $A$.

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Suppose that $\triangle A B C$ is a right triangle with $\angle C=90^{\circ}$.

If $A C=1$ and $B C=3 / 4,$ compute each quantity.

(a) $\sin B, \cos A$

(b) $\sin A, \cos B$

(c) $(\tan A)(\tan B)$

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Suppose that $\triangle A B C$ is a right triangle with $\angle C=90^{\circ}$.

If $A C=B C=4,$ compute the following.

(a) $\sec A, \csc A, \cot A$

(b) $\sec B, \csc B, \cot B$

(c) $(\cot A)(\cot B)$

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Suppose that $\triangle A B C$ is a right triangle with $\angle C=90^{\circ}$.

If $A B=25$ and $A C=24,$ compute each of the required quantities.

(a) $\cos A, \sin A, \tan A$

(b) $\cos B, \sin B, \tan B$

(c) $(\tan A)(\tan B)$

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Suppose that $\triangle A B C$ is a right triangle with $\angle C=90^{\circ}$.

If $A B=1$ and $B C=\sqrt{3} / 2,$ compute the following.

(a) $\cos A, \sin B$

(b) $\tan A, \cot B$

(c) $\sec A, \csc B$

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Use a calculator to compute cos $\theta, \sin \theta$ and tan $\theta$ for the given value of $\theta .$ Round each result to three decimal places.

$$\boldsymbol{\theta}=\mathbf{6 5}^{\circ}$$

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Use a calculator to compute cos $\theta, \sin \theta$ and tan $\theta$ for the given value of $\theta .$ Round each result to three decimal places.

$$\theta=21^{\circ}$$

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Use a calculator to compute cos $\theta, \sin \theta$ and tan $\theta$ for the given value of $\theta .$ Round each result to three decimal places.

$$\theta=38.5^{\circ}$$

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Use a calculator to compute cos $\theta, \sin \theta$ and tan $\theta$ for the given value of $\theta .$ Round each result to three decimal places.

$$\theta=12.4^{\circ}$$

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Use a calculator to compute cos $\theta, \sin \theta$ and tan $\theta$ for the given value of $\theta .$ Round each result to three decimal places.

$$\theta=80.06^{\circ}$$

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Use a calculator to compute cos $\theta, \sin \theta$ and tan $\theta$ for the given value of $\theta .$ Round each result to three decimal places.

$$\theta=0.99^{\circ}$$

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Use a calculator to compute sec $\theta, \csc \theta$ and cot $\theta$ (as in Example 5 ) for the given value of $\theta .$ Round each result to three decimal places.

$$\boldsymbol{\theta}=2 \boldsymbol{0}^{\circ}$$

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Use a calculator to compute sec $\theta, \csc \theta$ and cot $\theta$ (as in Example 5 ) for the given value of $\theta .$ Round each result to three decimal places.

$$\boldsymbol{\theta}=40^{\circ}$$

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Use a calculator to compute sec $\theta, \csc \theta$ and cot $\theta$ (as in Example 5 ) for the given value of $\theta .$ Round each result to three decimal places.

$$\theta=17.5^{\circ}$$

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Use a calculator to compute sec $\theta, \csc \theta$ and cot $\theta$ (as in Example 5 ) for the given value of $\theta .$ Round each result to three decimal places.

$$\theta=18.5^{\circ}$$

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Use a calculator to compute sec $\theta, \csc \theta$ and cot $\theta$ (as in Example 5 ) for the given value of $\theta .$ Round each result to three decimal places.

$$\theta=1^{\circ}$$

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Use a calculator to compute sec $\theta, \csc \theta$ and cot $\theta$ (as in Example 5 ) for the given value of $\theta .$ Round each result to three decimal places.

$$\theta=89.9^{\circ}$$

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Use the given information to determine the values of the remaining five trigonometric functions. (Assume that all of the angles are acute. When radicals appear in a denominator, rationalize the denominator.

$$\sin \theta=3 / 4$$

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Use the given information to determine the values of the remaining five trigonometric functions. (Assume that all of the angles are acute. When radicals appear in a denominator, rationalize the denominator.

$$\sin \theta=2 / 5$$

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Use the given information to determine the values of the remaining five trigonometric functions. (Assume that all of the angles are acute. When radicals appear in a denominator, rationalize the denominator.

$$\cos \beta=\sqrt{3} / 5$$

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Use the given information to determine the values of the remaining five trigonometric functions. (Assume that all of the angles are acute. When radicals appear in a denominator, rationalize the denominator.

$$\cos \beta=\sqrt{7} / 3$$

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Use the given information to determine the values of the remaining five trigonometric functions. (Assume that all of the angles are acute. When radicals appear in a denominator, rationalize the denominator.

$$\sin A=5 / 13$$

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Use the given information to determine the values of the remaining five trigonometric functions. (Assume that all of the angles are acute. When radicals appear in a denominator, rationalize the denominator.

$$\cos A=8 / 17$$

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Use the given information to determine the values of the remaining five trigonometric functions. (Assume that all of the angles are acute. When radicals appear in a denominator, rationalize the denominator.

$$\tan B=4 / 3$$

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Use the given information to determine the values of the remaining five trigonometric functions. (Assume that all of the angles are acute. When radicals appear in a denominator, rationalize the denominator.

$$\tan B=5$$

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Use the given information to determine the values of the remaining five trigonometric functions. (Assume that all of the angles are acute. When radicals appear in a denominator, rationalize the denominator.

$$\sec C=3 / 2$$

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Use the given information to determine the values of the remaining five trigonometric functions. (Assume that all of the angles are acute. When radicals appear in a denominator, rationalize the denominator.

$$\csc C=\sqrt{5} / 2$$

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Use the given information to determine the values of the remaining five trigonometric functions. (Assume that all of the angles are acute. When radicals appear in a denominator, rationalize the denominator.

$$\cot \alpha=\sqrt{3} / 3$$

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Use the given information to determine the values of the remaining five trigonometric functions. (Assume that all of the angles are acute. When radicals appear in a denominator, rationalize the denominator.

$$\text { cot } \alpha=\sqrt{3} / 2$$

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Verify that each equation is correct by evaluating each side. Do not use a calculator. The purpose of Exercises $37-48$ is twofold. First, doing the problems will help you to review the values in Table 1 of this section. Second, the exercises serve as an algebra review.

$$\cos 60^{\circ}=\cos ^{2} 30^{\circ}-\sin ^{2} 30^{\circ}$$

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Verify that each equation is correct by evaluating each side. Do not use a calculator. The purpose of Exercises $37-48$ is twofold. First, doing the problems will help you to review the values in Table 1 of this section. Second, the exercises serve as an algebra review.

$$\cos 60^{\circ}=1-2 \sin ^{2} 30^{\circ}$$

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Verify that each equation is correct by evaluating each side. Do not use a calculator. The purpose of Exercises $37-48$ is twofold. First, doing the problems will help you to review the values in Table 1 of this section. Second, the exercises serve as an algebra review.

$$\sin ^{2} 30^{\circ}+\sin ^{2} 45^{\circ}+\sin ^{2} 60^{\circ}=3 / 2$$

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Verify that each equation is correct by evaluating each side. Do not use a calculator. The purpose of Exercises $37-48$ is twofold. First, doing the problems will help you to review the values in Table 1 of this section. Second, the exercises serve as an algebra review.

$$\sin 30^{\circ} \cos 60^{\circ}+\cos 30^{\circ} \sin 60^{\circ}=1$$

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Verify that each equation is correct by evaluating each side. Do not use a calculator. The purpose of Exercises $37-48$ is twofold. First, doing the problems will help you to review the values in Table 1 of this section. Second, the exercises serve as an algebra review.

$$2 \sin 30^{\circ} \cos 30^{\circ}=\sin 60^{\circ}$$

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Verify that each equation is correct by evaluating each side. Do not use a calculator. The purpose of Exercises $37-48$ is twofold. First, doing the problems will help you to review the values in Table 1 of this section. Second, the exercises serve as an algebra review.

$$2 \sin 45^{\circ} \cos 45^{\circ}=1$$

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Verify that each equation is correct by evaluating each side. Do not use a calculator. The purpose of Exercises $37-48$ is twofold. First, doing the problems will help you to review the values in Table 1 of this section. Second, the exercises serve as an algebra review.

$$\sin 30^{\circ}=\sqrt{\left(1-\cos 60^{\circ}\right) / 2}$$

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Verify that each equation is correct by evaluating each side. Do not use a calculator. The purpose of Exercises $37-48$ is twofold. First, doing the problems will help you to review the values in Table 1 of this section. Second, the exercises serve as an algebra review.

$$\cos 30^{\circ}=\sqrt{\left(1+\cos 60^{\circ}\right) / 2}$$

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Verify that each equation is correct by evaluating each side. Do not use a calculator. The purpose of Exercises $37-48$ is twofold. First, doing the problems will help you to review the values in Table 1 of this section. Second, the exercises serve as an algebra review.

$$\tan 30^{\circ}=\frac{\sin 60^{\circ}}{1+\cos 60^{\circ}}$$

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Verify that each equation is correct by evaluating each side. Do not use a calculator. The purpose of Exercises $37-48$ is twofold. First, doing the problems will help you to review the values in Table 1 of this section. Second, the exercises serve as an algebra review.

$$\tan 30^{\circ}=\frac{1-\cos 60^{\circ}}{\sin 60^{\circ}}$$

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Verify that each equation is correct by evaluating each side. Do not use a calculator. The purpose of Exercises $37-48$ is twofold. First, doing the problems will help you to review the values in Table 1 of this section. Second, the exercises serve as an algebra review.

$$1+\tan ^{2} 45^{\circ}=\sec ^{2} 45^{\circ}$$

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Verify that each equation is correct by evaluating each side. Do not use a calculator. The purpose of Exercises $37-48$ is twofold. First, doing the problems will help you to review the values in Table 1 of this section. Second, the exercises serve as an algebra review.

$$1+\cot ^{2} 60^{\circ}=\csc ^{2} 60^{\circ}$$

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(a) Use a calculator to evaluate $\cos 30^{\circ}$ and $\cos 45^{\circ} .$ Give your answers to as many decimal places as your calculator allows.

(b) In Table 1 there are expressions for $\cos 30^{\circ}$ and $\cos 45^{\circ}$ Use your calculator to evaluate these expressions, and check to see that the results agree with those in part (a).

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(a) Use a calculator to evaluate $\tan 30^{\circ}$ and $\tan 60^{\circ} .$ Give your answers to as many decimal places as your calculator allows.

(b) In Table 1 there are expressions for $\tan 30^{\circ}$ and $\tan 60^{\circ}$ Use your calculator to evaluate these expressions, and check to see that the results agree with those in part (a).

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Refer to the following figure. In the figure, the arc is a portion of a circle with center $\bar{O}$ and radius $r$.

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(a) Use the figure and the right-triangle definition of sine to explain (in complete sentences) why $\sin 20^{\circ}<\sin 40^{\circ}<\sin 60^{\circ}$

(b) Use a calculator to verify that $\sin 20^{\circ}<\sin 40^{\circ}<\sin 60^{\circ}$

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Refer to the following figure. In the figure, the arc is a portion of a circle with center $\bar{O}$ and radius $r$.

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(a) Use the figure and the right-triangle definition of cosine to explain (in complete sentences) why $\cos 20^{\circ}>\cos 40^{\circ}>\cos 60^{\circ}$

(b) Use a calculator to verify that $\cos 20^{\circ}>\cos 40^{\circ}>\cos 60^{\circ}$

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Refer to the following figure. In each case, say which of the two given quantities is larger. If the quantities are equal, say so. In either case, be able to support your conclusion.

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$$\begin{aligned}

&\text { (a) } \cos \theta, \cos \beta\\

&\text { (b) } \sec \theta, \sec \beta

\end{aligned}$$

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Refer to the following figure. In each case, say which of the two given quantities is larger. If the quantities are equal, say so. In either case, be able to support your conclusion.

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$$\begin{aligned}

&\text { (a) } \tan \theta, \tan \beta\\

&\text { (b) } \cot \theta, \cot \beta

\end{aligned}$$

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The following figure shows a $30^{\circ}-60^{\circ}$ right triangle, $\triangle A B C$. Prove that $A C=2 A B$. Suggestion: Construct $\triangle D B C$ as shown, congruent to $\triangle A B C .$ Then note that $\triangle A D C$ is equilateral. Note: This exercise provides a proof of the theorem on page 427.

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This exercise shows how to obtain radical expressions for $\sin 15^{\circ}$ and $\cos 15^{\circ} .$ In the figure, assume that $A B=B D=2$.

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(a) In the right triangle $B C D,$ note that $D C=1$ because $D C$ is opposite the $30^{\circ}$ angle and $B D=2 .$ Use the Pythagorean theorem to show that $B C=\sqrt{3}$

(b) Use the Pythagorean theorem to show that $A D=2 \sqrt{2}+\sqrt{3}$

(c) Show that the expression for $A D$ in part (b) is equal to $\sqrt{6}+\sqrt{2} .$ Hint: Two nonnegative quantities are equal if and only if their squares are equal.

(d) Explain why $\angle B A D=\angle B D A$

(e) According to a theorem from geometry, an exterior angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of the two nonadjacent interior angles. Apply this to $\triangle A B D$ with exterior angle $D B C=30^{\circ},$ and show that $\angle B A D=15^{\circ}$

(f) Using the figure and the values that you have obtained for the lengths, conclude that

$\sin 15^{\circ}=\frac{1}{\sqrt{6}+\sqrt{2}} \quad \cos 15^{\circ}=\frac{2+\sqrt{3}}{\sqrt{6}+\sqrt{2}}$

(g) Rationalize the denominators in part (f) to obtain $\sin 15^{\circ}=\frac{\sqrt{6}-\sqrt{2}}{4} \quad \cos 15^{\circ}=\frac{\sqrt{6}+\sqrt{2}}{4}$

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If an angle $\theta$ is an integral multiple of $3^{\circ},$ then the real number $\sin \theta$ is either rational or expressible in terms of radicals. You've already seen examples of this with the angles $30^{\circ}, 45^{\circ},$ and $60^{\circ} .$ The accompanying table gives the values of $\sin \theta$ for some multiples of $3^{\circ} .$ Use your calculator to check the entries in the table. Remark: If $\theta$ is an integral number of degrees but not a multiple of $3^{\circ},$ then the real number $\sin \theta$ cannot be expressed in terms of radicals within the real-number system.

$$\begin{array}{ll}

\boldsymbol{\theta} & \sin \boldsymbol{\theta} \\

\hline 3^{\circ} & \frac{1}{16}[(\sqrt{6}+\sqrt{2})(\sqrt{5}-1)-2(\sqrt{3}-1) \sqrt{5+\sqrt{5}}] \\

6^{\circ} & \frac{1}{8}(\sqrt{30-6 \sqrt{5}}-\sqrt{5}-1) \\

9^{\circ} & \frac{1}{8}(\sqrt{10}+\sqrt{2}-2 \sqrt{5-\sqrt{5}}) \\

12^{\circ} & \frac{1}{8}(\sqrt{10+2 \sqrt{5}}-\sqrt{15}+\sqrt{3}) \\

15^{\circ} & \frac{1}{4}(\sqrt{6}-\sqrt{2}) \\

18^{\circ} & \frac{1}{4}(\sqrt{5}-1) \\

\hline

\end{array}$$

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(a) Use the expression for $\sin 18^{\circ}$ given in Exercise 57 to show that the number $\sin 18^{\circ}$ is a root of the quadratic equation $4 x^{2}+2 x-1=0$

(b) Use the expression for $\sin 15^{\circ}$ given in Exercise 57 to show that the number $\sin 15^{\circ}$ is a root of the equation $16 x^{4}-16 x^{2}+1=0$

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