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6.5 Skill Builder: Trigonometric Identities
In this trigonometric identities learning exercise, students solve 16 multi-part short answer problems. Students use the quotient identity and Pythagorean identity to simplify trigonometric expressions. Students factor trigonometric expressions.
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