Find all the solutions in the interval [0,2pi] to cos x sin x- cos x=0

Find all the solutions in the interval [0,2pi] to cos x sin x- cos x=0

Please help! Use the Pythagorean Identity Sin^2 t +Cos^2 t =1 and give information to find Cos t Sin t = 2 Square root 2/ 3; 0 Less than or equal to T less then pi/2...

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Trigonometry

A man walks along a straight line path at a speed of 4 ft/s. A searchlight is located on the ground 20 ft from the path and is kept focused on the man. 1. Write a function that relates...

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It can be shown that the polar curve r=asin(θ)+bcos(θ), where ab≠0, is a circle. Find the center (in Cartesian coordinates) and radius of this circle in terms of a and b. x-coordinate...

Use double angle identities

Shanna was riding The Screamer when it broke down- remember the radius of the screamer was 100 feet. Her seat was 53 horizontal feet left of the central support pole. What was her seats angle of rotation...

r = (36)/(5sintheta + 36costheta) Y = ??!

Find the equation in polar coordinated of the line through the origin with slope (1)/(5) theta =

Write each equation in polar coordinates. Express as a function of t. Assume that r>0. x2(x2+y2)=7y2

Find the equation in polar coordinates of the line through the origin with slope 1/5. θ=

A curve with polar equation r=(3)/(65sinθ+36cosθ) represents a line. Write this line in the given Cartesian form.

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Solve for all angles between 0 and 360: 2cos^2(x)+cos(X)=1

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Trigonometry

Opposite (C-A) = 12, we are given two angles Angle C = 62 and Angle B = 34, what is the value of x (the hypotenuse)

It is a right angled triangle with two sides given, the opposite (9) and the adjacent (13). There for side A-B = 9, side B-C = 13, so what is angle C?