csc t = 3 and the terminal point of t is in Quadrant II.

csc t = 3 and the terminal point of t is in Quadrant II.

If sin(x) = 1/8 and x is in quadrant I, find the exact values of the expressions without solving for x. a) sin(2x) b) cos(2x) c) tan(2x)

Hello, I am having trouble with the following problem: If A and B are both acute angles and sin(A)=6/13 and cos(B)=48/49 find the value of cos9-A)-sin(-B). Write the answer as a simplified...

If the graph of y = sin(x) is shifted __?____ units left, the graph of y = cos(x) is obtained.

Please help me answer the following question! I'm stuck! Prove that cos6ß + sin6ß = 1/4 + 3/4cos2ß I've tried simplifying out the LHS into (cos2ß)3 + (sin2ß)3,...

If angle w is in quadrant III and cos w =a, what is cos(w+pi)?

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Consider the equation cos(3.14t)=-0.7. Find the smallest positive solution in radians and round your answer to 4 decimal places Consider the equation tan(3.25t)-6.6. Find the smallest...

As well as this one below. I'm just having trouble understanding the process and steps. Find all the solutions in [0,2pi) sin^2(t)-cos^2(t)=0 3. Solve...

1. Find the exact value of cos(t/2) if sin(t) = -7/25 and pi < t < 3pi/2 2. Find all the solutions in the interval [0,360] cos(2x)= - sqr...

I'm having trouble solving the above question, as well as the one below tan20+tan10/1-tan20tan10=

The sine and cosine functions are used to model periodic behavior. find an internet resource that discusses the periodic behavior.

sin((pi)/(6))cos((pi)/(3)) - sin((pi)/(3))cos((PI)/(6))

Find the missing angle below for 0°≤Ø≤90° cos Ø = 1/2

The area of the region enclosed by the graph of the polar curve r=1/sin θ+ cos θ and the x and y axes is A) 0.48 B) 0.50 C) 0.52 D) 0.98 E) 1.00

What's the value of x if pi≤x≤3pi/2 and sin x=5 cos x?

(CosA-cosB)2 + (sinA-sinB)2 Can someone help me solve this? and what steps do we take ?

the path traveled by an object (neglecting air resistance) that is projected by an initial height of h0 feet, an initial velocity of v0 feet per second and an initial angle theta is given...

simply simplify the expression. i have to find out if my answer i have is right or wrong

Without a calculator, find the exact value of: a) sin(120) b) cos(-3Π/4)

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