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 What is the domain and range of f(x) = sin x? Domain: All real numbersRange: [-1,1] The graph of sin t is the y-coordinate of the point P, therefore it must begin on... the point (0,0) The graph of f(x) = sin x is periodic with a period of... 2pi What is the domain and range of f(x) = cos x? Domain: all real numbersRange: [-1,1] Which value does the amplitude account for in f(x) = a sin (bx + c) = d? The amplitude is equal to the absolute value of |a|same rules apply for cos The period of a sinusoid in form f(x) = a sin (bx + c) = d can be located using which equation? The period is equal to 2pi/|b|same rules apply for cos The frequency of a sinusoid in form f(x) = a sin (bx + c) = d can be located using which equation? The frequency is equal to |b|/2pisame rules apply for cos What is the domain and range of f(x) = tan x? Domain: cannot equal (pi/2 + npi)Range: All real numbers What is the domain and range of f(x) = cot x? Domain: cannot equal npiRange: All real numbers What are the periods of tan x and cot x? The periods are pi In which quadrants will you find values for y = inverse sin x? In quadrants 1 and 4 What is the domain and range of y = inverse sin x? Domain: [-1, 1]Range: [-pi/2, pi/2] What is the inverse relationship of sin? y = inverse sin x and x = sin y In which quadrants will you find values for y = inverse cos x? In quadrants 1 and 2 What is the domain and range of y = inverse cos x? Domain: [-1, 1]Range: [0, pi] What is the inverse relation of cos? y = inverse cos x and x = cos y In which quadrants will you find values for y = inverse tan x? In quadrants 1 and 4. What is the domain and range of y = inverse tan x? Domain: All real numbersRange: [-pi/2, pi/2] What is the inverse relation of tan? y = inverse tan x and x = tan y AuthorAnonymous ID73943 Card Setezqfdu DescriptionCards for my upcoming trigonometry test part 2 Updated2011-03-20T02:59:34Z Show Answers