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# Trigonometry Ch 1

Term | Definition |
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A ray is defined as ___. | a point on a line together with all points of the line on one side of that point |

An angle is defined as ___. | the union of two rays with a common endpoint |

The common endpoint of an angle is called the ___. | vertex |

The fixed ray of an angle is the ___ side. | initial |

The rotated ray of an angle is the ___ side. | terminal |

An angle whose vertex is the center of a circle is called the ___ angle. | central |

The arc through which the terminal side of a central angle moves is called the ___. | intercepted arc |

An angle located in a Cartesian coordinate system with the vertex at the origin and initial side on the x axis is said to be in ___. | standard position |

An angle is denoted with ___. | α, β, etc. |

The measurement of an angle is denoted with ___. | m(α) |

1/360 of a circle is a ___. | degree |

A positive angle goes ___ and a negative angle goes ___. | counterclockwise, clockwise |

0>m(α)>90 is called a/an ___ angle. | acute |

m(α)=90 is called a/an ___ angle. | right |

90>m(α)>180 is called a/an ___ angle. | obtuse |

m(α)=180 is called a/an ___ angle. | straight |

An angle in standard position is said to lie in the quadrant where ___. | its terminal side lies |

A ___ angle has its terminal side on an axis. | quadrantal |

T or F? Straight and right angles are quadrantal angles. | T |

Two angles whose terminal angles are in the same position are called ___ angles. | coterminal |

Coterminal measures differ by multiples of ___ degrees. | 360 |

Coterminal angle: m(β) = m(α) + ___ where k = ___. | k360, number of rotations |

Which quadrant is bottom left? | III |

Each degree is divided into ___ equal parts called ___. | 60, minutes |

Each minute is divided into ___ equal parts called ___. | 60, seconds |

A second is what fraction of a degree? | 1/3600 |

What angle is 59°59'60"? | 60° |

A circle with a radius of 1 (no unit) is called a ___. | unit circle |

The circumference (C) of a unit circle is defined by the formula ___. | 2π (C = 2πr = 2π(1) = 2π) |

The radian measure is the measure of ___. | the intercept arc directed length |

Directed length means the length is either ___ or ___. | positive, negative |

m(α)= ___ radians | s |

2π rad = ___° | 360 |

π rad = ___° | 180 |

360° = ___ rad (digits) | 6.28 |

180° = ___ rad (digits) | 3.14 |

The arc length formula is ___. | s = αr (s=arc length, α=radians, r=radius) |

Area of a sector formula is ___. | A = (αr²)/2 |

For an object moving in a circle, there are 2 types of velocity; ___ velocity and ___ velocity. | angular, linear |

For one revolution an object moves ___ radians. | 2π (6.28) |

We express angular velocity in ___ per unit of time. | radians |

T or F? Angular velocity and linear velocity are unrelated. | True. Angular velocity is only concerned with revolutions per time not the linear speed of the object. |

Angular velocity is given by the formula ___. | ω = α/t (e.g., rpm, rad/sec, rad/min, degrees/hour, etc.) |

Linear velocity in a circle is given by the formula ___. | v = s/t (i.e., v = d/t) or v = αr/t (where s = αr) |

Linear velocity in terms of angular velocity is given by the formula ___. | v = rω (v = αr/t, v = r(α/t)) |

sin = ___ | y/r (opp/hyp) (NOTE: r = hypotenuse not radius!) |

cos = ___ | x/r (adj/hyp) |

tan = ___ | y/x (opp/adj) |

csc = ___ | r/y (hyp/opp) |

sec = ___ | r/x (hyp/adj) |

cot = ___ | x/y (adj/opp) |

Since x = 0 for any point on the y-axis, ___ and ___ are undefined for any angle that terminates on the y-axis. | tan, sec |

Since y = 0 for any point on the x-axis, ___ and ___ are undefined for any angle that terminates on the x-axis. | csc, cot |

Trig functions are ___. | ratios |

The reciprocal of sin is ___. | csc |

The reciprocal of cos is ___. | sec |

The reciprocal of tan is ___. | cot |

1/(sin α) = ___. | csc |

1/(cos α) = ___. | sec |

1/(tan α) = ___. | cot |

T or F? Angles of the same proportion, regardless of size, will have the same values for the trig fxns. | True |

sin 30 = ___. | 1/2 |

cos 30 = ___. | √3/2 |

tan 30 = ___. | √3/3 |

sin 45 = ___. | √2/2 |

cos 45 = ___. | √2/2 |

tan 45 = ___. | 1 |

sin 60 = ___. | √3/2 |

cos 60 = ___. | 1/2 |

tan 60 = ___. | √3 |

What is the mnemonic for remembering the sign of a fxn in each quadrant? What does it mean? | All students take calculus. All are (+) in Quad I, sin and csc are (+) in II, tan and cot are (+) in III, cos and sec are (+) in IV |

If an angle lies in quadrant II, the sec will be ___ (+ or -). | (-) |

If an angle lies in quadrant III, the cot will be ___ (+ or -). | (+) |

If an angle lies in quadrant IV, the sec will be ___ (+ or -). | (+) |

sin-¹(1/2) = ___. | 30° |

sin-¹(√2/2) = ___. | 45 |

sin-¹(√3/2) = ___. | 60 |

cos-¹(1/2) = ___. | 60 |

cos-¹(√2/2) = ___. | 45 |

cos-¹(√3/2) = ___. | 30 |

tan-¹(√3/3) = ___. | 30 |

tan-¹(1) = ___. | 45 |

tan-¹(√3) = ___. | 60 |

csc 30 = ___. | 2 |

csc 45 = ___. | √2 |

csc 60 = ___. | 2√3/2 |

sec 30 = ___. | 2√3/3 |

sec 45 = ___. | √2 |

sec 60 = ___. | 2 |

cot 30 = ___. | √3 |

cot 45 = ___. | 1 |

cot 60 = ___. | √3/3 |

x coordinates on the unit circle are the ___ of the angle. | cos |

y coordinates on the unit circle are the ___ of the angle. | sin |

Radians measure ___ around the circle and degrees measure ___. | arc length of the unit circle, angles |

Besides y/x, the tan of an angle can also be calculated by the ___/___. | sin/cos |

Besides x/y, the tan of an angle can also be calculated by the ___/___. | cos/sin |

The sum of the angles of a triangle always equals ___°. | 180 |

The angle of ___ for a point is the angle between the observer and the ground to a point ABOVE the gound. | elevation |

The angle of ___ for a point is the angle between a vector from the observer to a point BELOW the observer and a horizontal line parallel with the ground at the level of the observer. | depression |

The Fundamental Identity of trig is the equation ___. | sin² α + cos² α = 1 |

The Fundamental Identity solved in terms of cos is ___. | sin α = ±√(1 - cos² α) |

The Fundamental Identity solved in terms of sin is ___. | cos α = ±√(1 - sin² α) |

For any nonquadrantal angle, the ___ angle for θ is the positive acute angle θ' formed by the terminal side and the nearest x-axis. | reference |

T or F? The sin, cos, tan, etc. of any angle is the same as the reference angle aside from possibly the sign. | True |

T or F? The angle of elevation and the angle of depression are always equal if there is an observer at the ground and at the top. | True. The angle of depression is between a downward vector and a horizontal line that is parallel to the ground. It is NOT between the downward vector and the vertical line. |

T or F? The angle of depression is NOT made suing the vertical line. | True. It is with a horizontal line parallel with the ground. |

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