This is a quick worksheet for you to use in class or as an optional review before you begin to teach trig identities. Many students struggle with the fraction aspect of trig identities and they forget when to get a common denominator and when to just multiply straight across.
This resource is 1 page of problems and the key has the problems worked out for you step by step.
There is a blog post that goes along with this worksheet in case you would like more tips and suggestions for teaching this topic.
You can also check out the coordinating trig worksheets,beginning trig identities,
and trig identities made easy,
by clicking those links.
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