## Posts Tagged ‘side’

### Ex: Solve a Linear Equation in One Variable that Requires Simplifying

This video provides two examples of how to solve a linear equation in one variable that requires simplifying before solving.

### Ex: Solve a Right Triangle Using Inverse Trigonometric Functions

This video explains how to solve a right triangle using inverse trigonometric functions.

### Ex: Determine Limits of a Piecewise Defined Function

This video explains how to determine one-sided limits and limits of a piece-wise defined function.  The results are verified graphically.

### Ex: Find Trig Function Values Given the Cosine Value and Quadrant

This video explains how to determine the other 5 trigonometric function values given the cosine function value and the quadrant of the angle.

### Ex: Find Trig Function Values Given the Sine Value and Quadrant

This video explains how to determine the other 5 trigonometric function values given the sine function value and the quadrant of the angle.

### Ex: Find Trig Function Values Given the Tangent Value and Quadrant

This video explains how to determine the other 5 trigonometric function values given the sine function value and the quadrant of the angle.

### Ex: Sine and Cosine Values Using the Unit Circle – Multiples of 30 degrees

This video will explain how to determine sine and cosine function value using the until circle.  The angles are in degrees and multiples of 30 degrees.

### Ex: Sine and Cosine Values Using the Unit Circle – Multiples of 30, 45 degrees

This video will explain how to determine sine and cosine function value using the until circle.  The angles are in degrees and multiples of 30 and 45 degrees.

### Ex: Sine and Cosine Values Using the Unit Circle – Multiples of pi/6 radians

This video will explain how to determine sine and cosine function value using the until circle.  The angles are in degrees and multiples of pi/6 radians.

### Ex: Sine and Cosine Values Using the Unit Circle – Multiples of pi/4 radians

This video will explain how to determine sine and cosine function value using the until circle.  The angles are in degrees and multiples of pi/4 radians.