How do you prove it? Please show me the process step by step :)
How do you prove it? Can you show the process of proving?
Angles of elevation to an airplane are measured from the top and the base of a building that is 20 m tall. The angle from the top of the building is 38°, and the angle from the base of the building...
How to do this type of question
How do you do this kind of question
A point on the terminal side Θ is (2/5, 5/8) determine the exact value of the 6 trigonometric fictional of Θ
what graphs represent y as a function of x? explain...
determine the domain of f when f(x)= 4x[sqr(3-x)]
simplify f(-t2 +3) when f(x)= 4x[sqr(3-x)]
evaluate f(4) when f(x)= 4x[sqr(3-x)].
evaluate f(-3) when f(x)= 4x[sqr(3-x)]
A gear with a radius of 8 centimeters is turning at pi/7 radians per second. What is the linear speed at a point on the outer edge of the gear?
g(0)=6 and g(-2)=12 and h(.5)=4 and h(.25)=16
Geometric Progression A progression is another way of saying sequence thus a Geometric Progression is also known as a Geometric Sequence. A Geometric Progression is a special sequence defined by the special property that the ratio of two consecutive terms is the same for all the terms in the sequence. Whereas in Arithmetic Progression we talked of difference, here we talk of ratios... read more
Sequences and Series Sequences A sequence in mathematics is defined as an ordered list of elements (usually numbers) whose order defines some underlying property of the list. The order of the elements is very important and changing even one element would change the meaning of the entire sequence. The elements in a sequence are separated by commas and the length of a sequence is... read more
Arithmetic Progression A progression is another term for sequence. Therefore, Arithmetic Progressions (also known as Arithmetic Sequences) are special sequences defined by the property that the difference between any two consecutive terms of the sequence are constant. Whereas the rule for regular sequences is that the difference between consecutive terms has to have some kind of... read more
Sets A set is one of the most fundamental concepts in mathematics. Sets can be taught at an elementary level all the way through higher level mathematics. A set is defined as a group or collection of distinct objects. The elements of a set can be anything: numbers, people, letters, etc. The way we usual denote sets is by giving them capital letters for a name. Given set A and B A... read more
Radical Functions Radical Functions contain functions involving roots. Most examples deal with square roots. Graphing radical functions can be difficult because the domain almost always must be considered. Let's graph the following function: First we have to consider the domain of the function. We must note that we cannot have a negative value under the square root... read more