To review basic Trigonometric concepts, watch the ...
To review basic Trigonometric concepts, watch the following set of YouTube videos introducing concept of basic unit circle, values of special angles, graphs of various trigonometric ratios and the inverse trigonometric functions. They are followed by several practice problems for you to try, covering all the basic concepts covered in the videos, with answers and detailed solutions. Some additional resources are included for more practice at the end.
1. Unit Circle : 2. Values of sine and cosine of special angles on the unit circle
3. Graph of sine and cosine functions 4. Graphing sine and cosine functions with different amplitudes, periods and phase shifts
5. Graph of tan function 6. Graph of tan with transformations: 7. Graph of sec and csc function 8. Writing Equations for Trig Graphs 9. Finding a Formula for a Trigonometric Graph, Ex 2:
10. Graphing a Secant Function, EX 1: 11. Graph of inverse trig functions
Practice problems: The following problems use the techniques demonstrated in the above videos.
1) Evaluate of the following without using calculator:
a) sin 120? =
b) cos 45? =
c) tan 2 =
d) sec ( 60?) =
e) cot () =
4
f) csc ( ) =
2
g) sin(135?) =
h) cos(3) =
4
i) sec (330?)
2) Draw the basic curves of the following trig functions over two periods:
a) y = sin
b) y = cos
c) y = tan
d) y = sec
e) y = csc
f) y = cot
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3) Fill in the missing values of the following unit circle
(0 , 1)
(
1 2
, ___)
____
(
2 2
,
2 2
)
_____
(
3 2
,
____
)
(____, 0)
______ _
5
90?
6
120?
____?
0?
____?0? 0?
0?
_____
180?
3
___? ___?
0? 0? 30? 0?0?
(_____,
3 2
)
(____ , _____)
4
________
(23 , _______)
(1 , ______) 0
0? ____?
02?25?
________
240? 0?
(
3 2
,  12)
________
0?
_ _____________
(______ ,  22)
(
1 2
, ______)
0? 330?
____?
___?
300?
0?
0?
0?
0?
7
4
______
3
2
(_____, ______
(12 , _______ )
)
11 6 (____,  12)
(22 , _____)
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4) Identify the following graphs as sine, cosine, tangent or cotangent graphs
a)
b)
c)
d)
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5)Draw the graphs of the following trigonometric functions over one period.
a) y = 1+sin x
b)y = cos (+)
c) z = tan 2
d)y = 2 sec
e) s = csc(2t) + 3
f) f(x) = cot(3x)
g) y = 2 sin(2x)
j)
y = cos (2x+)

1 4
h)y = 5 cos(1  )
2
4
k)
y
=
1
+
1 tan
i) y = 1 + tan
2
2
l) y = 2 sin(4+)
6) Find the amplitude (if applicable),period, phase shift and vertical translation of the following
functions:
a) 6y = 3 + cos(24x 72)
b)23 ? y = 24 +sin (2)
c) 10  3tan(x2) = 13y
d)y = sin() +23
e) 5y= tan ( + 4)
2
f) y =  1 cos(3 + )
4
4
8
7) Match the following graphs to the corresponding function:
A.
B.
C.
D.
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E.
F.
a) y =2+sec(x + )
2
c) y = 1 + sin( + 2)
3
2
e) y =  csc(3 + )
2
b) y =  1 + cos(2 + 2)
2
d) y = 2sin(2)
f) y = tan(  )
2
8) Write the equation and then draw a sine function with the following characteristics: a) Amplitude of 2 units b) A period of 4. c) Has a phase shift of to the right
2
d) A Vertical Translation of 1 down
2
9) A rotating beacon is located at point A next to a wall as shown in the figure below. The beacon 4m from the wall.
a) The distance d is given by = 4tan(2), where t is time measured in seconds since the beacon started rotating. When t = 0, the beacon is aimed at point R. When the beacon is aimed to the right of R, the value d is positive; d is negative if the beacon is aimed to the left of R. Find d for each of the following time: (Round all answers to one decimal place)
i. t=0 ii. t =0.1 iii. t= 0.2 iv. t= 0.8 v. Explain why tvalues between 0.25 and 0.75 are meaningless.
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b) The distance a is given by a = 4  sec2t 
Find a for each of the following times: (Round all answers to one decimal place) i. t =0 ii. t =0.86
iii. t =1.24
10) The distance of a weight attached to a spring above its equilibrium position is s(t) =  2 cos(20t)
inches after t seconds. (s ................
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