### Friday's Test Topics

Here’s a list of topics for Friday’s test:

**Composite Argument Properties (memorize! – sine and cosine)**

__Precalculus Chapter 5 Test Topics:__

Double Argument Properties (sine and cosine)

Understanding the implications of the +/- in the half-argument properties

Composition of Ordinates – sketch the graph of the sum or product of two given functions

Discussion/Illustration of co-function and odd/even properties

Numeric proof/demonstration of Composite Argument properties

Transform an equation given in terms of cosine with a phase displacement to a linear combination of sine and cosine

Transform an equation given as a linear combination of sine and cosine to an equation in terms of cosine with a phase displacement

Use a composite argument property to prove a co-function property

Use given values to compute composite functions

Compare algebraic computed values to calculator values

Harmonic analysis

Terminology

Composite Argument Identity

Application of Sum and Product Properties

Application of ½ -angle Properties

That’s it! The format is as expected – ½ calculator, ½ non-calculator. The calculator portion is significantly longer than the non-calculator portion, so budget your time accordingly. I’ll be in my classroom on Thursday after school and before school on Friday. I’ll also be available online later on Thursday evening. If you have specific questions Thursday night, email me!

See you in class!

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- Peter Drucker