Graphing Trigonometric Functions Homework Help Resources


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Step-by-step solutions to odd-numbered problems from dozens of trigonometry textbooks.
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A description of the process of graphing trig expressions.
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A helpful scientific calculator that runs in your web browser window.
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A discussion of dividing a trig graph into intervals.
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An online graphing calculator for students who do not have a hand-held one.
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Almost all of the Trigonometric Identities, including Reciprocal identities, Pythagorean identities, Quotient identities, Co-Function identities, Even-Odd identities, Sum-Difference formulas, Double- and Half-angle formulas, and Sum-to-Product and Product-to-Sum formulas.
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Explains how we can use the unit circle to find the trig functions for any angle, explains inverse functions, and how to graph them.
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This webpage contains applications for trigonometric functions and graphs. Specifically these applications are for harmonic motion and angular velocity. The website has sample problems (with answers) and uses animations to allow students to experiment with concepts.
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