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liz

  • 3 years ago

Trig Question. Click below for problem.

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  1. liz
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    oy.... clicking is never a good thing for me :)

  3. beens
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    (Sin t -1)(sin t - 1)/(sin t - 1) Ans...Sin t - 1

  4. QuantumModulus
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    Treat sin(t) as though it were a variable, and do some factorization of the numerator. Then the denominator should just cancel out. You should end up with sin(t)-1.

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    Thanks so much

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