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sin(0)=(√0)/2 sin(π/6)=(√1)/2 sin(π/4)=(√2)/2 sin(π/3)=(√3)/2 sin(π/2)=(√4)/2 cos(0)=(√4)/2 cos(π/6)=(√3)/2 cos(π/4)=(√2)/2 cos(π/3)=(√1)/2 cos(π/2)=(√0)/2 Why...

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I was messing with a calculator and found that the square root of 0.5 is equal to the sine and cosine of 45. I was just wondering the correlation between the two equations.

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

Light passing through a double slit with separation d=3.33*10^-5 created its first minimum (m=1) at an angle of .551 deg. What is the wavelength of the light in nanometers? I thought...

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...

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

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i really don't understand this question can someone help me 3. A scientist recorded the movement of a pendulum for 10 s. The scientist began recording when the pendulum was at its resting position...

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y=-5 sin(2x)

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