Revision of trigonometric functions
Features associated with periodic functions
The basic trigonometric functions
Exact values for trigonometric functions: special triangles
Another way of viewing trigonometric functions
Transformations of trigonometric functions
Putting it all together – translations and enlargements
Using a graphics calculator to draw trigonometric graphs
Reciprocal trigonometric functions and identities
Hints of proving identities
Two more trigonometric identities and simple proofs
The Pythagorean identities
Mixing it up
Angle sums and differences
Sums and products
1 Basic equations
2 Rearrangements of general solutions
3 Solving trigonometric equations by factorising
4 Using a graphics calculator to solve trigonometric equations
Putting it together
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