if the tangent to the curve f(x)= x2 at any point (c,f(c)) is parallel to the line joining (a,f(a)) and (b,f(b)) on the curve ,then which one of the following is true and how explain it, plzzzzzzzz...
if the tangent to the curve f(x)= x2 at any point (c,f(c)) is parallel to the line joining (a,f(a)) and (b,f(b)) on the curve ,then which one of the following is true and how explain it, plzzzzzzzz...
If I have the equation x3+3xy2+y3=1 What would be the equation for the tangent line when x=0, and what are all the points on the curve where the curve has a horizontal or vertical...
11. Determine whether a tangent line to circle O is shown in the diagram, for AB = 7.75, OB = 4, and AO = 8.75. Explain your reasoning. (The figure is not drawn to scale.) --- I figured...
let tanθ=square root of 3 over 5, find the other five trigonmetric functions.
What is tan(A) for the triangle shown? http://sketchtoy.com/64948669 Any help is appreciated.
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...
Not sure how to do this problem. Tan + opp/adj, I know
Line EF is a tangent to circle G at point H. Segment GH is a radius of circle G. What can be concluded about triangle FHG
Assume cos t = .45 and cos w = .89, both t and w are positive values between 0 and 2pi , and both t and w determine a terminal point in quadrant 4. Which of the following statements best describes...
Find equation of tangent line to (x-1)^2 + (y+1)^2 = 2 at point (2,-2) Can someone explain the steps such as find slope... I'm confused on the perpindicular of...
If sin(theta) < 0 and tan(theta) > 0 then: Answer choices: 90degrees < theta <180degrees 180degrees<theta<270degrees 270degrees<theta<360degrees 0degrees<theta<90degrees This...
2sin2θ=sinθ
cot(4c-pi/4)+tan(2c+pi/4)=0 Could someone check my work because there is no answer? cotx=tan(pi/2-x) x=4c-pi/4 pi/2-(4c-pi/4)=-2c-pi/4...
12th grade advanced functions math
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Find an equation of the circle with center at (4,-6) that is tangent to the y-axis in the form of (x-A)^2+(y-B)^2=C where A, B, C are constant. What is A, B & C?
I'm not asking what it does, and I'm not looking for "tan(angle)=opposite leg/adjacent leg". I'm asking what the actual function is. For instance, using degrees (not radians) tan(22.5)=20...
Find the length of CD.
Find the slope of the tangent line to the curve (a lemniscate) 2(x2+y2)2= 25(x2-y2) at the point (-3,-1) m=
Thanks for the help! If you could please show all your work? Thanks again!