Some points to remember:

- Set up your "Berlin Wall"
- Strategies to apply:

- Replacing known identities
- Second degree terms -> Pythagorean Identities
- Double Angle Identities should be converted to single angles
- Rewrite things in terms of sine and cosine if necessary

- Simplifying complex fractions (fancy 1) or combining fractions (common denominator)
- Look for GCF's or factors that can be reduced
- Look for Binomial conjugates. Often you can use a "fancy 1" on one side of the wall to make a difference of squares that will turn into a Pythagorean Identity

Resources:

- Notes: 6.3(a abd b) Proving Identities

Assignment

- p314 #1-7 C1 C2
- p314 #9-15