# SS 2 Further Mathematics (1st Term)

## Trigonometric Identities and graphs

Trigonometric Identities and graphs of inverse trigonometric ratios See also Graphs of Trigonometric Function Trigonometric functions Logical reasoning Cubic equations and their factorization Factorization of polynomial

## Graphs of Trigonometric Function

Graphs of Trigonometric Function The graph of the followings will be considered (a) y = sinѳ, 0◦ ≤ ѳ ≤ 360◦ (b) y = cosѳ, 0◦ ≤ ѳ ≤ 360◦ (c) y = tanѳ, 0◦ ≤ ѳ ≤ 360◦ The graph of y = sinѳ, ѳ◦ ≤ ѳ ≤ 360◦ On the graph sheet, draw

## Trigonometric functions

Trigonometric functions   See also Logical reasoning Cubic equations and their factorization Factorization of polynomial Polynomials Tangents and Normal to Curves

## Logical reasoning

Logical reasoning Statements A statement in a logical context is a declaration, verbal or written that is either true or false but not both. A true statement is said to have a truth value T, while a false statement is said to have a truth value F.   Example 1 The following are statements: (a)

## Cubic equations and their factorization

Cubic equations and their factorization, graphs of cubic equations See also Factorization of polynomial Polynomials Tangents and Normal to Curves QUADRATIC EQUATION FRICTION

## Tangents and Normal to Curves

Tangents and Normal to Curves For any curve,  is the gradient function. At any point on the curve, at that point, gives the gradient of the tangent at the point. The derivation of y with respect to x at x = x1 is denoted. x = x1 Recall that the equation of the line of

FINDING QUADRATIC EQUATION GIVEN SUM AND PRODUCT OF ROOTS CONDITION FOR EQUAL ROOTS, REAL ROOTS AND NO ROOT See also FRICTION STATICS STATICS STATICS PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTION

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