exact answer i believe

exact answer i believe

Let h=90 (hypotenuse side) and ℓ=22(opposite side from tan(θ). Find tan(θ) in the triangle below and leave your answer in exact form. does not provide adjacent side of triangle and is a...

Hi! I have a quick question. I know how to solve it for sin and cos, but I'm having trouble with tan. I know that it would be y over x and you have to solve, but I don't know how. Any tips or help...

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

find equation of tangent line and normal line given x2/25 + y2/9 = 1 with coordinates (5sqrt(2)/2, 3sqrt(2)/2)

Find the points of tangency given f(x) = 15/2/x is tangent to x2/25 + y2/9 = 1

Find the exact Value of c on f(x) = c/x so that f(x) is tangent to x2/25 + y2/9 = 1

Hello I am a little bit confused about how to solve this, tangent to y = x + 2^x at (0,1) I am familiar with the equation m= [f(x+h)- f(x)] /...

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...

(1) A tower has an observation deck about 330 m above ground level. About how far is it from the observation deck to the horizon knowing that the Earth's radius is 6400 km? (2) What...

trigonometry

tan5(*pie symbol)/ 6

the problem is stated as above. I'm just not sure where to start.

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...

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=

tan 7π/8

sin 450°, cos(-780°), and tan (37π/6)

the line x-2y+16=0 is tangent to a circle at (0,8). The line y=2x-1 is tangent to the same circle at (3,5). What is the center(ordered pair) of the circle?

The measure of the angle from a line l1, with slope -1/3 to a line l2 is 135°. Find the slope of the line l2?

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