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Hits: 171     Question      i.       Given that y = tan 2x, find .    ii.       Hence, or otherwise, show that and, by using an appropriate trigonometrical identity, find the exact value of   iii.       Use the identity cos 4x ≡ 2cos2 2x − 1 to find the exact value of […]

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Hits: 204   Question The diagram shows a chord joining two points, A and B, on the circumference of a circle with centre  O and radius r. The angle AOB is radians, where . The area of the shaded  segment is one sixth of the area of the circle.     i.       Show that  satisfies […]

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Hits: 150   Question i. Prove the identity    ii. Hence, solve the equation Solution      i.   We are given that; Utilizing addition formulae; We have algebraic formulae; We have double angle formula as; From this we can write; Substituting in above equation;    ii.   We are required to solve the equation; As […]

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Hits: 732    Question The equation of a curve is y = x + 2cos x. Find the x-coordinates of the stationary points of the  curve for 0 ≤ x ≤ 2π, and determine the nature of each of these stationary points. Solution We are required to find the x-coordinates of stationary points of the […]

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Hits: 165  Question i. Prove the identity    ii. Hence solve the equation For . Solution      i.   We are given that; We utilize following two addition formulae;    ii.   We are required to solve; As demonstrated in (i); Therefore; Using calculator we can find; Properties of Domain Range Periodicity Odd/Even Translation/ Symmetry […]