Given a right triangle with a base (side A) of 44", a height (side B) of 22" and a hypotenuse (side C) of 49.1935" (based on Pythagorean theorem). How would I determine the...

Given a right triangle with a base (side A) of 44", a height (side B) of 22" and a hypotenuse (side C) of 49.1935" (based on Pythagorean theorem). How would I determine the...

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sin theta1+sin theta2 +sin theta3=3 then cos theta1+cos theta 2+cos theta 3=?

cos^4 theta+sin^2 theta=m Range of m will be?

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sin theta+cos theta=2 then sin^100 theta +cosec^100 theta=?

if cot(x) = 3 what are the other trigonometric values?

sin^2 theta+ cos^2 theta=1 sin^100 theta+ cos^100 theta=?

radius 6/pi central angle of 99° what is the length of the sector?

u=-3i+6j, v=5i+2j A. 94.8 B. 37.4 C. 104.8 D. 47.4

Sin 2x = 1 + cos 2x

No decimals are allowed in the answer.

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