Trig problems

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Part 1)

Evaluate tan 7.5

Part 2)

Evaluate exactly cos (-(45pi(4)))

  • Trig problems -

    1. I recommend usng a calculator (in radians mode) or search Google with
    < tan 7.5 = > in the search window.

    2. Remember that you can subtract multiples of 2 pi from the argument of any trig function and get the same answer.
    -45 pi*4 = -180 pi; the cosine of that is the same as the cosine of zero.

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