Match each sine value with an equivalent cosine value(s). sin(0) sin(pi/2) sin(pi) sin(3pi/2) ANSWER CHOICES cos(0)&cos(pi) cos(pi)&cos(3pi/2) c...

Match each sine value with an equivalent cosine value(s). sin(0) sin(pi/2) sin(pi) sin(3pi/2) ANSWER CHOICES cos(0)&cos(pi) cos(pi)&cos(3pi/2) c...

What is the sine value for 3π/2 radians? What is the cosine value for π/2 radians?

This is an algebra 2 question, and I don't know how to approach it.

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I know that the circumference is 125.6, but how do I write it using pi?

I know the answer is 125.6, but I don't have an idea of how to write it using pi.

U are supposed to use pi (3.14) but idk how to do it.

An odometer determines the distance a car has traveled by counting the number of revolutions the tires has made. It calculates the distance traveled by multiplying the number of revolutions by the...

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Is it correct to say of proteins may pass a greater distance in SDS PAGE If the PI are lower, even that the Mw (Dalton kilobytes) bigger?

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sqr(3)(sin(x))+(cos(x))=2 How do i get an answer of x = π/3 +2kπ, k=0,±1,±2,±3...(i.e.,...,-5π/3,π/3,7π/3,...) The π is pi

Hi . I was just wondering how can I study math before the crct . Its coming up next week and I really need help on a lot of stuff . like algebra (RATIOS) , perimeter and finding the surface area using...

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My teache gave us this worksheet with only 4 math problems. We did math problems similar to this in class today but it was not exactly like this. She gave us the base, length, and height and we just...

Use Stokes' Theorem to evaluate the surface integral where F=<zx^2, z(e^xy^2)-x, x*ln (y^2)> and where S is the portion of z=1-x^2-y^2 above the xy-plane with n upward. Answer: -pi x^2+y^2=1...

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