a. sin(x/2) b. sin(x/2) c.tan(x/2)

a. sin(x/2) b. sin(x/2) c.tan(x/2)

There is a 2nd question with the exact same format.

The length of each side of a rhombus is 12. The measure of an angle between two adjacent sides is 40. Find, to the nearest unit, the length of each diagonal

Right triangle ABC has a right angle at B. Segment BD is an altitude to the hypotenuse. DC=5 and AD=16. Find m<ABD to the nearest degree

to prove the LHS is equal to RHS

In triangle ABC, if a=5 and B= 32 degrees, what are all the possible values of side b that would make exactly one triangle possible?

In triangle TRI, if t=5 and R=32 degrees, what are all the possible values of side r that would make exactly one triangle possible?

A plane is flying at an air speed of 450 mph in a trig direction of 140°. If the wind is blowing at 30 mph in the trig direction of 110°. To the nearest degree, what is the resultant direction of...

x + 2y = 1 5x – 4y = -23

find all solutions in the interval [0, 2pi)

Hi! My homework is asking me to solve each trig equation for the interval 0≤Θ≤360. The problem is asking to find the answer if the equation is -4sinΘ=2. How...

I missed this class so I'm really confused on how to solve this.

My question is what is -5( cos2 -csc2) any info on how to do this would be appreciated

2.6sinx - 2x = 0

prove this

Change 675° to racism measure in terms of pi

sin(−315°) sin(−15°)

cos(75°)sin(15°)

A rhombus has diagonals of length 4 and 10. Find the angles of the rhombus to the nearest degree.

The shorter diagonal of a rhombus with a 70 degree angle is 122 cm long. How long, to the nearest cm, is the longer diagonal?