Definition of a trigonometric equation Solving trigonometric equations Type sin x=a Type cos x=a Type tan x= a Type sin x=sin a Type cos x= cos a Type tan x =tan a Type a cosx +b sin x=c See all 24 lessons in Pre-Calculus, including concept tutorials, problem drills and cheat sheets:
Lesson 6: Solving for Unknown Angles Using Equations (Word Problems) Exit Ticket (3 points) Two adjacent angles form a complementary relationship. One angle is twelve more than twice the other angle. Draw a picture to represent the situation. Then solve for each unknown angle measure.
This tutorial shows a pair of vertical angles, one of them represented by an expression and the other by its actual measure. Set the expression equal to the...
To solve an unknown angle problem, identify the angle relationship(s) first to set up an equation that will yield the unknown value. Angles on a line and supplementary angles are not the same relationship.
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