Chapter 3 – Trig Formulas and Inverse Functions

Topic 3.6
Combining Trig Functions and Inverse Trig Functions – Part II

Combining Trig and Inverse Trig Functions – Part II covers several examples of how these functions can be combined. The emphasis is on the selection of the appropriate formula and finding the necessary values to input. Details of the simplification are not dealt with in the video. Students will need practice, or otherwise be adept at handling the simplification of complicated fractional expressions with radicals.

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Slideshow: Full – 4 per page – 9 per page

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