Given that csc a = sec 1.45 and that a lies in the first quadrant, use a cofunction identity to determine the measure of angle a, to two decimal places

Given that csc a = sec 1.45 and that a lies in the first quadrant, use a cofunction identity to determine the measure of angle a, to two decimal places

Haley is standing on the roof of a building 100.0 ft. above the ground looking down at the building next door. She finds the angle of depression to the roof of that building from the roof...

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Twice a first number decreased by a second number is 6. The first number increased by four times the second number is 39. Find the numbers

A pedestrian walks East at the rate of 6 km per hour. The wind pushed him NorthWest at a rate of 13 km per hour. Find the direction of the resultant vector. (round to the nearest tenth) I...

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The point P is on the unit circle. If the y-coordinate of P is − 2/8, and P is in quadrant IV , then... x=??

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