## Trigonometry (11th Edition) Clone

$W = -100.245~cos~240\pi t+100.245$ $a = -100.245$ $c = 100.245$ $\omega = 240\pi$
We can use the identity: $cos~2x = 1-2~sin^2~x$ Note that: $~~sin^2~x = \frac{1-cos~2x}{2}$ $W = VI$ $W = (163~sin~120\pi t)(1.23~sin~120\pi t)$ $W = 200.49~sin^2~120\pi t$ $W = 200.49~[\frac{1-cos~(2)(120\pi t)}{2}]$ $W = 100.245-100.245~cos~240\pi t$ $W = -100.245~cos~240\pi t+100.245$ $a = -100.245$ $c = 100.245$ $\omega = 240\pi$