Use the given value and the trigonometric identities to find the remaining trigonometric functions of the angle. sec(θ) = − 3/2 cot(θ) > 0 sin(θ) = cos(θ) = tan(θ)...

Use the given value and the trigonometric identities to find the remaining trigonometric functions of the angle. sec(θ) = − 3/2 cot(θ) > 0 sin(θ) = cos(θ) = tan(θ)...

The domain and range was (- infinity, infinity), so i thought that would be the local min and max but was not. I appreciate the help.

So, I thought the zeros would be 0,1,2. But, the answers were wrong, I do not know what else it would be. Thank you

Please help. I am very confused on this section and need all the help I can get. Thank you!

Need help setting up and finding the answer, really confused on how to do this.

Substitution: y=x2-6x+9 y+x=5 Elimination: y=x2-11x-36 ...

1. 2x2-4xy+8y2+7=0 2. 2xy-x+y-3=0 3.x2-y2+4=0

Precalculas

An investor has $75,000 to invest in a CD and a mutual fund. The CD yields 9% and the mutual fund yields 8%. The mutual fund requires a minimum investment of $8,000, and the investor requires that...

Please help, Need answer. Thank you

Let x represent the number of hours the investigator spends working on a case. (a) Find a function f that models the investigator's fee as a function of x. f(x) = (b) Find...

Please help, need answer!

Please help. I need the answer

Please help. Need answer

Please help! Need answer

Need answer. Please help

Help please

cscΦ = 2.3 How would I find theta in degrees using my graphing calculator. Would I just use sin on both sides to cancel out theta or would I have to do something else?

How do you graph the translation with two reflections. I have been told to distribute the negative inside the square root.

Directrix x=-2 focus = (-4,-4) i Don’t have a picture of the graph

Cheryl A.

MIT Grad/Former Kaplan Tutor/College Professor

Lebanon, NJ

4.9
(182 ratings)

Lisa O.

Pre-algebra, Algebra, Geometry, Trig, Pre-calc, Calculus

Tremonton, UT

4.9
(202 ratings)

Alexander P.

Experienced teacher and tutor in mathematics and physics

Berkeley, CA

5.0
(20 ratings)