An equilateral triangle is inscribed in the unit circle. find the exact perimeter of the equilateral triangle.

An equilateral triangle is inscribed in the unit circle. find the exact perimeter of the equilateral triangle.

Evaluate sin(sin-1(sin60)) [60 degrees] and evaluate cos-1(cos(cos-10.5)) if the angle is in quadrant 1.

An equilateral triangle is inscribed in the unit circle. find the exact perimeter of the equilateral triangle.

A snowboarder does tricks and names them by their degrees. convert their spins to radians. A) "I just performed a Cab540" b) "did you see that Niki Huwlyer landed a quintuple...

tan5(*pie symbol)/ 6

Point P(θ) is at the intersection of the unit circle and the terminal arm of angle θ 1.5π/6 2. P(5π/3) 3.P(-5Π/4)

I can't figure out how to convert this to the answer format they want. I know that 3π/2 is the position on the circle and I converted the time to 105 seconds. I don't know what to do next...

The solution to the trig equation 4cos theta +3 =0 are in which quadrant? Given csc theta = 2 sqrt3/3 and -270 degrees < theta <180 degrees Determine the exact values...

=-2pi<=x<2pi =the real numbers

Direct this explanation to someone who has studied the pythageron therom

-7/9 ,y ,quad 3 (1, y) x,3/4,quadrant 2

If sin(theta)=-.95, find theta when 0(is less than or equal to)theta(is less than or equal to)2pi without solving by graphing.

1.Determine the value of the central angle for θ for 0 q<2π 2.Determine the values of the central angle for θ for-2π q>4π

This is a trigonometry unit circle problem.

How long is the arc subtended by an angle of 4π/3 radians on a circle of radius 15cm?

This is a unit circle problem and please include the steps to solve it in the answer.

This is a unit circle problem and please include the steps to solve the problem.

This is a unit circle problem and will whoever answers please include a step by step process on how to solve it?

I'm currently in Algebra 2 and currently doing an ACT Prep and i'm stuck on this question.

List 6 points (x,y) that lie on the unit circle (circle with center at the origin and radius 1) and also are in the first quadrant. Plot the points. Use your answer from the first question to find...

Michael S.

Michael

New York, NY

4.9
(35 ratings)

Mordy G.

English, Math, and Language Tutor

Brooklyn, NY