this problem is very hard and if you can solve it you are a genius
this problem is very hard and if you can solve it you are a genius
Cot^2x-Cos^2= (cotx)(cosx)
A bike wheel with 18 inches in diameter rotates at 120 degrees.
Verifying the identity
Write the standard form of the conic equation in which Eccentricity = sqr(11)/4 Vertices: (0, 9+4(sqr 5)), (0, 9-4(sqr(5)) I have the answer of x^2 /25 + (y-9)^2...
My teacher told me I can graph this with my graphingb calculator but I can't seem to get the correct inequalities for 1. X^4-10x^2+9<0 and 2.x^5+5x^4-4x^3+3x^2-2>0