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multiply by 180/π

Convert radians to degrees

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1

cos (2π) / 0

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0

sin (2π) / 0

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0

tan (2π) / 0

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√3/2

cos (π/6)

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1/2

sin (π/6)

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√3/3

tan (π/6)

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√2/2

cos (π/4)

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√2/2

sin (π/4)

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1

tan (π/4)

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1/2

cos (π/3)

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√3/2

sin (π/3)

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√3

tan (π/3)

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0

cos (π/2)

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1

sin (π/2)

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tan (π/2)

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√3, √2, √1 all divided by 2

If we go from the bottom angle (π/6) to the top angle (π/3), the values of cos x will be...

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√1, √2, √3 all divided by 2

If we go from the bottom angle (π/6) to the top angle (π/3), the values of sin x will be...

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values of cos will be negatives, while values of sin will be positive

Rules for values in the II quadrant (notable angles between 2π/3 & 5π/3) are...

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values of cos and sin will both be negative

Rules for values in the III quadrant (notable angles between 7π/6 & 4π/3) are...

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values of cos will be positive, while values of sin will be negative

Rules for values in the IV quadrant (notable angles between 5π/3 & 11π/6) are...

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sin x/cos x, or 1/cot x

tan x=

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1/cos x or Hypotenuse/Adjacent

sec x =

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1/sin x or Hypotenuse/Opposite

csc x =

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cos x/sin x, or 1/tan x

cot x =

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f'(u)u'

Chain Rule (Trigonometry) d/dx [f(u)]

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The denominator - 1

Rules for angles in the second quadrant

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2π/3 (120 degrees)

What's the angle for π/3 in the second quadrant?

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3π/4 (135 degrees)

What's the angle for π/4 in the second quadrant?

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5π/6 (150 degrees)

What's the angle for π/6 in the second quadrant?

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2π/3 -> 120 3π/4 -> 135 5π/6 -> 150

Angles in the second quadrant

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The denominator + 1

Rule for angles in the third quadrant

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7π/6 (210 degrees)

What's the angle for π/6 in the third quadrant?

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5π/4 (225 degrees)

What's the angle for π/4 in the third quadrant?

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4π/3 (240 degrees)

What's the angle for π/3 in the third quadrant?

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The denominator x2 - 1

Rule for angles in the fourth quadrant

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5π/3 (300 degrees)

What's the angle for π/3 in the fourth quadrant?

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7π/4 (315 degrees)

What's the angle for π/4 in the fourth quadrant?

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11π/6 (330 degrees)

What's the angle for π/6 in the fourth quadrant?

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always be negative

Derivatives of functions with "co" in their name will...

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just be each other

Derivatives of cos and sin will....

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always be squared, and either secant or cosecant

Derivatives of tangent and cotangent will...

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just be themselves multiplied by either tan or cotangent

Derivatives of secant and cosecant will...

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-sin x

d/dx [cos x]

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cos x

d/dx [sin x]

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sec^2 x

d/dx [tan x]

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-csc^2 x

d/dx [cot x]

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-csc x cot x

d/dx [csc x]

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sec x tan x

d/dx [sec x]

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To find the angle which gives us an specific value

Inverse Trig Functions asks us...

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arctan u, arcos u, & arc sin u

The Inverse Trig Functions are

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u' / 1+u^2

d/dx [arctan u]

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-u'/√(1-u^2)

d/dx [arccos u]

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u'/√(1-u^2)

d/dx [arcsin u]

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1

sin^2 x + cos^2 x =

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tan^2 x + 1

sec^2 x =

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cot^2 x + 1

csc^2 x =

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1st and 2d quadrants, 0/2π - π

Range of arc cos x

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4th and 1st quadrant, 3π/2 - π/2

Range of arcsin x and arctan x

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