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 9.1 Basic Functions 9.2 Solving Right Triangles 9.3 Trigonometric Identities 9.4 Graphing Trigonometric Functions 9.5 The Unit Circle

 9.6 Radians and Degrees 9.7 Graphing in the Entire Coordinate Plane 9.8 Key Formulas 9.9 Review Questions 9.10 Explanations
Graphing Trigonometric Functions
The graphs of trigonometric functions provide additional information about the functions, such as their periods, domains, and ranges. There are two ways to graph a trigonometric function, and either might appear on the test. The first method of graphing a trigonometric function involves the unit circle; the second involves the x-y coordinate plane.
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