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Kayy_Drizzyy Group Title

Math help !

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    Yes, that is what this site is meant to provide.

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    @Luis_Rivera @jim_thompson5910

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    lol

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    >Math help ! on what?

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    on math lol

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    i think its cos2 theta

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  7. Kayy_Drizzyy Group Title
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    It can't be .

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    why ?

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    cos(2x) has a period of pi since B = 2 so the period is T = 2pi/B = 2pi/2 = pi so that's why it's not cos(2x)

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    kinggeorge issued a warning to kayy_drizzyy: Some of the questions you've posted recently are indicative of someone trying to get their homework or exams done by someone else. This is considered cheating, and if this continues, you will be suspended.

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    I'm in college , but thanks for the warning. @Mertsj

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    lol

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    What's funny ? @perurabo

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    @Mertsj @KingGeorge Good catch :)

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