how do we find pointa of discountity of trignometric functions such as tan^-1(5x) or sec(5x)

how do we find pointa of discountity of trignometric functions such as tan^-1(5x) or sec(5x)

Here is the question I'm stuck on: The motion of point P is given by the following equations: x(t) = -2 sin (t) cos (t) y(t) = cos (2t) The...

Precalculus

Precalculus

Precalculus

I donβt know the answer .

25 cos(2t)+12 sin(t+Ο/2)+2 cos^2(t)

precalculus

This is the questions I'm stuck on: Solve algebraically: f(x) = g(x) when f(x) = 4sin(2x)cos(2x)+2 and g(x)= 4sin(3x)sin(2x) + 2 1. I equated the equations ...

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cos(x-y) / sin(x)sin(y) = cot(x)cot(y)+1

The angle theta is in the first quadrant and sin of theta = 2/sqrt(13) determine the possible coordinates for point P on the terminal arm

if sin of A = 5/13, in quad 1, find tan A/2 if cos of A = -4/5, in quad 2, find sin A/2 if cos A =-4/5 in quad 2, find cos A/2 if cos A - -4/5 in quad...

Solve the equation 8sin(1/2)x - 5 = 0 for 0 < x < 2pi. Round your answers to the nearest hundredth of a radian.

State the amplitude and period of this function: y = -3cos(pi/3)x.

State the amplitude and period of this function: y = 4sin(1/2)x

Using either the sums as products or products as sums to work out the answer.

Is it that the line of the tangent in the graph will be a continuous or broken

cotxsinx=cosx also tanxcotx-cos^2x=sin^2x

Suppose that π and π are unit vectors. If the angle between π and πΜ is πΌ and that between π and πΜ is π½, prove that cos(πΌβπ½)=cosπΌcosπ½+sinπΌsinπ½

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