Suppose f(x)= the reminder when x is divid by 3. So f(0)=0, f(19)=1, f(π)= 0.14159… What is the period of f(x)
Suppose f(x)= the reminder when x is divid by 3. So f(0)=0, f(19)=1, f(π)= 0.14159… What is the period of f(x)
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So I'm given a graph where I am supposed to sketch/plot this and I have no idea as to how to go about it. If someone can guide me, I'd really appreciate it. Thank you!
A 112 meter guy wire is attached to the top of a 79 meter antenna and to a point on the ground. How far is the point on the ground from the antenna, and what angle does the guy wire make with the...
Find the exact values of the other trigonometric functions of θ given that cot θ=5 and sin θ<0. Please do it step by step please
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I was given this homework problem, but I'm not even sure what it's asking me to do. Find all points on the curve y=8tanx, [-π/2,π/2], where the tangent line is parallel to y=16x...
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it's a question for homework from my calculus class. I knoe its trigonometry but the degrees on the unit circle confuse me. I think some equations are s=rθ, A=1/2r^2θ, or A=θ/360×πr^2
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Assume the point (-2, 10) is on the terminal side of an angle in standard position.