52 Videos for "prove"

Using the Sine and Cosine Addition Formulas to Prove Identities  Concept
Math › Precalculus › Advanced Trigonometry
How to use the sine and cosine addition formulas to prove the cofunction identities. 
Using the Sine and Cosine Addition Formulas to Prove Identities  Concept
Math › Trigonometry › Advanced Trigonometry
How to use the sine and cosine addition formulas to prove the cofunction identities. 
Using the Sine and Cosine Addition Formulas to Prove Identities  Problem 1
Math › Trigonometry › Advanced Trigonometry
How to use the sine and cosine addition formulas to prove the "add pi" identities. 
Using the Sine and Cosine Addition Formulas to Prove Identities  Problem 1
Math › Precalculus › Advanced Trigonometry
How to use the sine and cosine addition formulas to prove the "add pi" identities. 
Using the Sine and Cosine Addition Formulas to Prove Identities  Problem 3
Math › Trigonometry › Advanced Trigonometry
How to use the sine and cosine addition formulas to prove a difference formula for tangent. 
Using the Sine and Cosine Addition Formulas to Prove Identities  Problem 3
Math › Precalculus › Advanced Trigonometry
How to use the sine and cosine addition formulas to prove a difference formula for tangent. 
Using the Sine and Cosine Addition Formulas to Prove Identities  Problem 2
Math › Trigonometry › Advanced Trigonometry
How to use the sine and cosine supplementary angle identities. 
Using the Sine and Cosine Addition Formulas to Prove Identities  Problem 2
Math › Precalculus › Advanced Trigonometry
How to use the sine and cosine supplementary angle identities. 
Mathematical Induction  Problem 2
Math › Precalculus › Sequences and Series
How to use mathematical induction to prove the equation for the sum of the first n odd integers. 
Mathematical Induction  Problem 2
Math › Algebra 2 › Sequences and Series
How to use mathematical induction to prove the equation for the sum of the first n odd integers. 
Mathematical Induction  Problem 1
Math › Precalculus › Sequences and Series
How to use mathematical induction to prove the equation for the sum of the first n integers. 
Mathematical Induction  Problem 1
Math › Algebra 2 › Sequences and Series
How to use mathematical induction to prove the equation for the sum of the first n integers. 
Cyclic Quadrilaterals and Parallel Lines in Circles  Concept
Math › Geometry › Circles
How to prove that opposite angles in a cyclic quadrilateral are congruent; how to prove that parallel lines create congruent arcs in a circle. 
Counterexample  Concept
Math › Geometry › Geometry Building Blocks
How to use a counterexample to prove a definition or conjecture incorrect. 
Mathematical Induction  Concept
Math › Precalculus › Sequences and Series
How to use mathematical induction. 
Surface Area of Cylinders  Concept
Math › Geometry › Area
How to prove the surface area of a cylinder formula. 
Mathematical Induction  Problem 3
Math › Precalculus › Sequences and Series
Using Mathematical Induction to prove an inequality when "n" is on both sides of the equation. 
Mathematical Induction  Concept
Math › Algebra 2 › Sequences and Series
How to use mathematical induction. 
Using Trigonometric Identities  Problem 3
Math › Trigonometry › Trigonometric Functions
How to prove an identity using a Pythagorean identity and algebra. 
Two Column Proofs  Concept
Math › Geometry › Triangles
How to organize a two column proof.