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Name______________________________________________

Section 5.5 Multiple-Angle and Product-to-Sum Formulas

formulas, power-reducing formulas, half-angle formulas, and

product-to-sum formulas to rewrite and evaluate

trigonometric functions.

How to use multiple-

The most commonly used multiple-angle formulas are the angle formulas to rewrite

double-angle formulas , which are listed below: and evaluate

trigonometric functions

sin 2u = 2 sin u cos u

= 2 cos2 u − 1

= 1 − 2 sin2 u

or 6θ and 3θ in place of 2θ and θ in the double-angle formulas or

using the double-angle formulas together with the appropriate

trigonometric sum formulas.

terms of cos x.

4 cos3 x − 3 cos x

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108 Chapter 5 • Analytic Trigonometry

How to use power-

Power-reducing formulas can be used to . . . write powers reducing formulas to

of trigonometric functions in a way that does not involve powers. rewrite and evaluate

trigonometric functions

How to use half-angle

List the half-angle formulas: formulas to rewrite and

evaluate trigonometric

u

sin = ± √(1 − cos u)/2 functions

2

u

cos = ± √(1 + cos u)/2

2

u

tan = (1 − cos u)/(sin u) = (sin u)/(1 + cos u)

2

quadrant in which u/2 lies.

2 − √3

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Section 5.5 • Multiple-Angle and Product-to-Sum Formulas 109

Name______________________________________________

IV. Product-to-Sum Formulas (Pages 411−413) What you should learn

How to use product-to-

The product-to-sum formulas can be used to . . . rewrite sum and sum-to-product

products of trigonometric functions as a sum or difference. formulas to rewrite and

evaluate trigonometric

functions

The product-to-sum formulas are:

cos u cos v= 1/2[cos(u − v) + cos (u + v)]

sin u cos v = 1/2[sin(u + v) + sin(u − v)]

cos u sin v = 1/2[sin(u + v) − sin(u − v)]

sum or difference of trigonometric functions as a product.

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110 Chapter 5 • Analytic Trigonometry

2 cos 3x cos x

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