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Pre-Calculus: Factoring Trigonometric Expressions for a bundle of videos on . For an even broader bundle of videos that cover and , check out . To search for topic-specific help in our library of 400+ video products for Trigonometry & Pre-Calculus, please refer to our Trigonometry category at: and our Calculus Category at . To check out our full Trig & Pre-Cal video course, with 150 videos included, refer to: . Or, for access to this single video, go to: Just as you can simplify trigonometric expressions using the trig identities, you can often simplify the expressions by factoring, as you would with other types of expressions. Simplifying using the identities and factoring will save you a lot of effort in solving trig problems. In order to recognize opportunities to factor when working trigonometric problems, Professor Burger recommends that you use trigonometry identities to convert trig functions to sin and cos, whenever possible. Some examples you will learn how to simplify include (sin^2) x+ (sin^2)x(cos^2)x and sinx - (cos^2)x - 1 and sin^2x + (2/cscx)+x Taught by Professor Edward Burger, this lesson was selected from a broader, comprehensive course, Precalculus.
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