Rewrite over a common denominator. write your answer in terms of sine/or cosine.

Rewrite over a common denominator. write your answer in terms of sine/or cosine.

establish the identity. write the left side as an equivalent expression with 1 in the numerator

use the receprocal identities to write the trignkmetric functions in the denominator of the left side. add the fraction in the denominator of the previous step...(left side) the fraction...

t= (-5,-5)

CB= 34 m AB= 20 m a=127 degrees

amber worked 15 hours more than chance last month. If amber worked 6 hours for every 3 hour that chance worked how many hors did th each work

A piece of wire 10 m long is to be cut into two pieces. One piece is to be bent into a square and the other is to be bent into a circle. How should the wire be cut so that the total area enclosed...

if Andy's dropped book can be modeled by the function f(t)=-16t^2 +160 and Lewis' thrown book can be modeled by the function f(t)=-16t^2 -48+160, how much time does it take each of their books...

After an outbreak of zombie virus in remote parts of Kerplackistan, the world health organization of the world is quarantining many of the infected in mountainous area. if the quarantine zone has...

what is the minimum possible product of two numbers whose difference is 44?

Pre Cal Graphing Cotangent Functions y=\frac{1}{4}cot(x- \frac{ \pi }{2}) FIND -the period -Four Vertical Asymptotes - x-intercepts -intermediate points -...

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I need help in pre cal im having a hard time trying to understand the teacher.

There are a couple questions on my summer pre cal packet regarding functions and graphs that I do not completely understand. I would appreciate if someone could help me understand how to do these...

Still confused on how to solve the following expressions: Directions: Simplify each expression and find the restrictions for each rational expression. A)...

Which way will the graph move?

Find the exact principle value in radians.

Summer Math packet question. write the equation in slope intercept and standard form

this is what it looks like tan^2 x=1 where 0 ≤ x ≤ π

struggling badly in online precal class, need help with graphs of functions, etc