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How to memorize
Basic Formulas
Sum and Difference Formulas
Double & Triple Angle Formulas
Half Angle Formulas
Product to Sum Formulas
Sum to Product Formulas
All Formulas
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General ideas
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summarize, how?

5. Summarizing--Page 2

The answer of the third question is no in general cases. In the discussion of Understanding the formulas section we know many formulas can help us transform sum to product. For examples, in Double Angle formulas,

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the process from left to right is transforming sum to product.

In the sum angles formula:

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The process from right to left is transforming sum to product. By using this process we can transform 5_203.gif (1463 bytes) into a product as follows.

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In general, we can transform 5_205.gif (1614 bytes) to be product:

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where phi.gif (942 bytes) satisfies the system:

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or the equation 5_208.gif (1402 bytes).

From the examples above, we can see that our abilities in solving problems will be enhanced if we can summarize all formulas by the transformations of angles, functions, and operations.


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