Trigonometric equations and identities

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Evaluate inverse trig functions
Solve sinusoidal equations (basic)
Solve sinusoidal equations
Sinusoidal models word problems
Using the trig angle addition identities

Learn about the inverse functions of sine, cosine, and tangent, and how they are defined even though the functions are not really invertible. These functions will be very helpful when you will solve trigonometric equations.

Learn how to solve equations of the form sin(x)=d or cos(x)=d where d is any number. For example, solve sin(x)=0.6.

Learn how to solve equations of the form a*sin(bx+c)=d or a*cos(bx+c)=d where a, b, c, and d are any number. For example, solve 5*sin(2x-1)=3.

Learn about the trigonometric angle addition identities, which help us discuss the trig values of sums of angles in terms of the trig values of the individual angles. For example, we can express sin(x+y) in terms of sin(x), sin(y), cos(x), and cos(y).