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Sector Areas Equations Applications Degree Graphs \$ \$100 \$200 \$300 \$400 \$100 \$200 \$300 \$400 \$500 \$500  Radians and Degrees - \$200 Complement of 3 4 Pi/4  Radians and Degrees - \$400 32 M 7 M 64 pi/39 The Radian Measure of Shaded Area Radians and Degrees - \$500 Convert To Radian -408° 16 25 -7. 126 Arc Length & Sector Area - \$100 The length of the highlighted arc. 3 cm 4. 712 Arc Length & Sector Area - \$200 The Length of the intercepted arc. 130° 2 cm 4. 538 Arc Length & Sector Area - \$300 The Sector Area of the intercepted arc. 7 _ 6 4 cm 29. 32 cm^2 Arc Length & Sector Area - \$400 The number 1. 6 4 _ 5 2 cm Sector area Arc Length & Sector Area - \$500 The measure of the radius. 20 c m 30 cm 2 3 Trigonometric Equations - \$100 The amplitude and phase shift of the graph of 3 _ y = 5 sin ( 2 (x – 3))+1 Amplitude = 5 Phase shift = 3 Trigonometric Equations - \$200 The period and vertical shift of the graph of 3 _ y = 5 sin ( 2 (x – 3))+1 Period = 4/3 vertical shift = 1 Trigonometric Equations - \$300 A sine function with an amplitude of 12 and a vertical shift of 5. f(x) = 12 sin(x)+5 Trigonometric Equations - \$400 A cosine function with an amplitude of 3, a period of 2, and a phase shift of – 3. f(x) = 3 cos(pi(x+3)) Trigonometric Equations - \$500 A graph of a tangent function with a period of 4, phase shift of 2, and vertical shift of – 1. f(x) = tan(pi/4(x – 2 )) – 1 Trigonometry Applications - \$100 The equation of a buoy, bobbing up and down in the water as waves move past it, moves from its highest point to its lowest point and back to its highest point every 12 seconds. The distance between its highest and lowest points is 4 feet. f(x) =2 sin(pi/6(x)) Trigonometry Applications - \$200 The frequency of a tuning fork that is represented by the graph below. 556 Hz Trigonometry Applications - \$300 The drier outlet in many U. S. homes is 240 volts and alternates currents at 60 Hz. Write the voltage as a function of time. f(x) =240 sin(120 pi(x)) Trigonometry Applications - \$400 A mathematical function that describes a middle “C” tuning fork. (A middle “C” note has a frequency of 256 Hz. ) f(x) =sin(512 pi(x)) Trigonometry Applications - \$500 A person rides a Ferris wheel. The rider is 2 feet above the ground at its lowest point and 32 feet above ground at it highest point and it takes 20 seconds to complete one cycle. Write an equation that describes the rider's height as a function of time. h =15 sin(pi/10(t – 5))+17 Graphs - \$100 Domain and Range of y = sin (x) Domain {x|(- , )} Range {y|(-1, 1)} Graphs - \$200 Represents this sine graph. f(x) = 3 sin(pi(x)) Graphs - \$300 The sketch of a graph of, y=cos (2 x)+3 using increments of 2 for the x -axis Graphs - \$400 Represents this cosine graph. f(x) = 2 cos(pi/2(x-2)) or f(x) = 2 cos(pi/2(x+2)) or f(x) = -2 cos(pi/2(x)) Graphs - \$500 A trigonometric function that represents this graph of a tuning fork. f(x) = 1. 39 sin(3490. 7(x-. 00195))+1. 89. 0038 or. 0057 ±. 0018 Radians and Degrees - \$100 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Radian and Degrees - \$200 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Radians and Degrees - \$300 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Radians and Degrees - \$400 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Radian and Degrees - \$500 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Unit Circle - \$100 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Unit Circle - \$200 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Unit Circle - \$300 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Unit Cirlce - \$400 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Unit Circle - \$500 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Right Triangles - \$100 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Right Triangles - \$200 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Right Triangles - \$300 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Right Triangles - \$400 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Right Triangles - \$500 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Trig Functions - \$100 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Trig Functions - \$200 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Trig Functions - \$300 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Trig Functions- \$400 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Trig Functions - \$500 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Graphs - \$100 \$ Graphs - \$200 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Graphs - \$300 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Graphs - \$400 WHAT OR WHO IS THE ANSWER? \$ Graphs - \$500 \$  Applications \$ FINAL CATEGORY Two Fire Towers are 20 Miles apart, Tower A being Due North of Tower B. 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