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Inverse Trig FunctionsResourcesCLICK HERE
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Sums And Differences of 2 AnglesResourcesCLICK HERE
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Double Angle FormulaeResourcesCLICK HERE
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Half Angle FormulaeResourcesCLICK HERE
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IdentitiesResourcesCLICK HERE
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Trig Products as Sums or DifferencesResourcesCLICK HERE
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MET1  Inverse Trigonometric Functions
MET2  Further Trigonometric Identities
The topic Trigonometric Functions involves the study of periodic functions in geometric, algebraic, numerical and graphical representations. It extends to exploration and understanding of inverse trigonometric functions over restricted domains and their behaviour in both algebraic and graphical form.
A knowledge of trigonometric functions enables the solving of problems involving inverse trigonometric functions, and the modelling of the behaviour of naturally occurring periodic phenomena such as waves and signals to solve problems and to predict future outcomes.
The study of the graphs of trigonometric functions is important in developing students’ understanding of the connections between algebraic and graphical representations and how this can be applied to solve problems from theoretical or reallife scenarios and situations.