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Summary: Study guide Chapters 1 - 3

Covers - Arc length, Area of a sector, Angular Speed, Linear Speed, Trig functions, Identities (reciprocal and quotient), Domains of : sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, secant, cosecant graphs, trig identities on a unit circle.

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Precalculus through modeling and visualization
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