solve for x by factoring out where 0 < (or equal to) x < (or equal to) Pi/2 sin^2x-sinxcosx=0. I really need some help. I think I did it right, but I'm unsure...

solve for x by factoring out where 0 < (or equal to) x < (or equal to) Pi/2 sin^2x-sinxcosx=0. I really need some help. I think I did it right, but I'm unsure...

You have a right triangle and the hypotenuse is 10 and adjacent side is 6 and the opposite side is 8, this is what the triangle looks like except NO cm! http://www.cimt.plymouth...

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Find all solutions between [0,2π), please.

I can't figure out how to simplify this correctly for my homework. Please help if you can. Thank you.

On the launch pad at Kennedy's space center there is an escape basket that can hold 4 astronauts. The basket slides down a wire that is attached 198ft above the base of launch pad. The angle of elevation...

A ship is anchored off a long straight shore that runs north and south. From two observation points 28 miles apart on shore, the bearings of the ship are N 62 degrees E and S 27 degrees E. What is...

An engineer wants to make a bridge across a river. Using a straight line between 2 that are 100ft apart along his side of river. He measures the angles formed when sighting the point on the other...

A forester measured 200 ft from the base of a tree. She then measured the angle of elevation to the top of the tree at 29 degrees. What was the height of the tree?

Verify the identity.

The elongation α of a planet is the angle formed by the planet, earth, and sun (see the figure). It is known that the distance d from the sun to Venus is 0.723 AU. At a certain time the elongation...

This is a trigonometry identity equation.

This is a trigonometry identity equation.

This is a trigonometry identity equation.

This is a trigonometry identity equation.

A) -1 B) 1 C) 0 D) 3 Please explain :( Thank you

I need help with this proof. Please help me.

In ΔPQR, q = 45 cm, ∠Q=117° and ∠R=18°. Find the length of p, to the nearest 10th of a centimeter.

If cosB=1/9, then what is the positive value of cos1/2B, in simplest radical form with a rational denominator?

Two sides of a parallelogram are 14 feet and 15 feet. The measure of the angle between these sides is 95°. Find the area of the parallelogram to the nearest square foot.

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