# Trig Identities Sheet

Trig Reference sheet with ALL those identities, formulas, also includes Taylor Expansions, Unit Circle and tables of values

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Graphic organizer for trig identities reciprocal, quotient, Pythagorean, cofunction, odd/even, sum/difference, double angle, power-reducing, half angle, law of

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I don't ever plan on teaching high school math, but you never know. This looks helpful.. maybe for friends still in college.

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trigonometry laws and identities sheet (free printable, plus the page explains the concepts)

A composition of functions is one function acting upon another. Think of it like putting one function inside of the other — f(g(x)), for instance, means that you plug the entire g(x) function in for all x’s in f(x). To solve such a problem, you work from the inside out: f(g(x)) = f(3x2 – 10) …