Pls help! Oh, x is 270 degrees < x < 360 degrees
A.) y=2cos(2x-pi) B.) y=sin(2x+2pi)
Equation: log16 2 = 1/4 Choices: A) (1/4)^2 = 16 B) 161/4 = 2 C) 162 = 1/4 D) 216 = 1/4
fIND THE ALTITUDE OF THE ISOSCELES TRIANGLE SHOWN IN THE FIGURE.
a man cycles 24km due south and then 20 km due east, another man, starting at the same time as the first man cycles 32km due east and then 7km due south. find the distance between them
you haveto change it from radians to degrees
I have two triangles separated by a line so making both one angle of both triangles 90 degrees. One angle of one triangle has 39 degrees. The rest of the information is not there such as the side...
If tan^2(t)-sin^2(t)=sin^a(t)/cos^b(t), then the positive power a= the positive power b=
Let , (2,-3) be a point on the terminal side of θ . Find the exact values of sinθ , secθ , and tanθ .
Find an angle between 0 and 2π that is coterminal with the given angle 11. I do not understand this problem at all and i have been working at it for an hour now. I am familiar with coterminal angles...
This is translated from a trigonometry problem in another language, I hope you understand it.
(1-(2(cos^2))(43.5°))/((sin84° sin7°)−(sin6° sin277°))
A batted baseball leaves the bat at an angle θ with the horizontal and an initial velocity of v0 = 100 feet per second. The ball is caught by an outfielder 300 feet from home plate. Find θ...
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Solve: cos(2θ)=-1/2 on the interval 0≤θ<2π
Please write in terms of sine and cosine!
radius 6/pi central angle of 99° what is the length of the sector?
Took a quiz in precal and this question completely stumped me to the point of writing it down to try and figure it out later. I know you would start with the left side but that’s as far as I have...
The angle between 0 and 2π in radians that is coterminal with the angle 48pi/7 in radians is...?