# Plus One Math's Solution Miscellaneous Chapter 3 Trigonometric Functions

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Trigonometric Functions are not readily available. While many schools may have a ready-made solution for this set in their school textbook, some might not. This is where our solution will be useful. In this article, you will find detailed solutions provided by us for the above set.Trigonometric Functions (Key Concept Reference) describes some basic and advanced uses of trigonometric functions, including identities, graph transformations, inverse functions, solutions of triangles, and polar coordinates.

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## Kerala Syllabus Plus One Math's Textbook Solution Chapter  3 Trigonometric Functions Miscellaneous Exercises

### Chapter  3 Trigonometric Functions Textbook Solution

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### Chapter  3 Trigonometric Functions Miscellaneous Exercise

Prove that:

L.H.S.

= 0 = R.H.S

Prove that: (sin 3+ sin x) sin + (cos 3– cos x) cos = 0

L.H.S.

= (sin 3+ sin x) sin + (cos 3– cos x) cos x

= RH.S.

Prove that:

L.H.S. =

Prove that:

L.H.S. =

Prove that:

It is known that.

∴L.H.S. =

Prove that:

numerator=(sin7x+sin5x)+(sin9x+sin3x)

=2sin(12x/2)cos(2x/2)+2sin(12x/2)cos(6x/2)              (sinA+sinB=2sin(A+B)/2 cos(A-B)/2 )

=2sin6x cosx+2sin6x cos3x

=2sin6x(cosx+cos3x)

=2sin6x(2cos(4x/2)cos(2x/2))                           (cosA+cosB=2cos(A+B)/2 cos(A-B)/2)

=4sin6x cos2x cosx

denominator=(cos7x + cos5x)+(cos9x+cos3x)          (cosA+cosB=2cos(A+B)/2 cos(A-B)/2)

=2cos(12x/2)cos(2x/2)+2cOs(12X/2)Cos(6X/2)

=2cos6x cosx +2cos6x cos3x

=2cos6x(cosx+cos3x)

=2cos6x * 2cos(4x/2)cos(2x/2)

=4cos6x cos2x cosx

LHS=(4sin6x cos2x cosx)/(4cos6x cos2x cosx)

=sin6x/cos6x

=tan6x

Prove that:

L.H.S. =

Here, x is in quadrant II.

i.e.,

Therefore,  are all positive.

As x is in quadrant II, cosx is negative.

Thus, the respective values of are.

Find for x in quadrant III

Here, x is in quadrant III.

Therefore,  and  are negative, whereasis positive.

Now,

Thus, the respective values of are.

Question 10:

Find for x in quadrant II

Here, x is in quadrant II.

Therefore,, and  are all positive.

[cosx is negative in quadrant II]

Thus, the respective values of are .

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