Use the compound interest formulas A = P(1+r/n)^nt and A=Pe^rt to solve.

Use the compound interest formulas A = P(1+r/n)^nt and A=Pe^rt to solve.

Factor f(x) into linear factors given that k is a zero of f(x): 1.) f(x)=x^3+(13-3i)x^2+(40-39i)x-120i; k=3i 2.) f(x)=x^4+3x^3-30x^2-124x-120;...

I need to determine the answer in terms of pi.

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how do I graph f(x)=-tan(x) and find the period

f sin t = 3/5 and terminal point t is in quadrant II, how do i find all the values for the trigonometric functions (sin,cos,tan,sec,cot...)

How do I find the inverse of f(x)= 2x^3+3 I think what is throwing me off is the 2 being cubed. I would love to have help on this problem!

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A car is moving at a rate of 28 miles per hour, and the diameter of its wheels is about 2 1/3 feet. Find the number of revolutions per minute the wheels are rotating.

Write in terms of sine and cosine and simplify the expression

A triangle with, A=60 degrees, b=6, and c=9. Find B and C. I already found that a= 3 square root of 7.

114 is the product of victor's savings and 6.

2cos(x/2) + √3 = 0

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Jamal is studying the temperature changes in water as he moves it from the freezer to a Bunsen burner. He finds that the temperature changes happen to behave in a sinusoidal manner. So, he develops...

A) π/2 B) 3π/2 C) 2π/3 D) π/2, 3π/2 It would be much appreciated if someone could explain how to get the answer.

A)x = 0, π/2, 3π/2 B)x = π/2, 3π/2, 2π C)x = 0, −3π/2, 3π/2 D)x = π/6, π/4, π/3 It would be much appreciated if someone could explain how to get the answer.

A mechanic applies a force of 42 Newtons straight down to a ratchet that is 0.59 meter long. What is the magnitude of the torque when the handle makes a 38° angle above the horizontal?

Full question: A a ship leaves a port with a bearing of N50°E at a speed of 15 knots. After 2 hours the ship turns 80° southeast. After three hours at a speed of 20 knots, what is the bearing...

Use the rotation formula of a hyperbola xy=6 to standardized form. x=Xcos(a)-Ysin(a)=(√2/2)X-(√2/2)Y y=Xsin(a)-Y(cos)=(√2/2)X+(√2/2)Y