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  • 4 years ago

imagie you are lookig for a certain angel whose cosine is positive and whose sine is negative Part1: name the tw quadrant in which cosie is positive Part2: name the quadrant in which sinne is negative Part3 use the information in part a and b to identify the quadrant in which cosie is positive and sine is negative part4 write down one angle in degrees that has a negative sine and a positive cosine

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  1. Hero
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    I'm looking for an angel too :P

  2. anonymous
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    so i guess make up the numbers

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    and use those answers to answer the following questions

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    and use those answers to answer the following questions

  5. anonymous
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MhQU3fgCMXA

  6. anonymous
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    |dw:1327770588201:dw|

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    cosine is the first coordinate, sine the second. so if you are in the first quadrant (right and up) they are both positive. second quadrant left and up, cosine is negative, sine is positive etc.

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    wow this is the hardest math i ever laid eyes on so confused

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