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Need help with algebra 2 workbook problems! Will fan and medal and testimonial!!!

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  1. anonymous
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    where are the problems

  2. Paperbacon
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  6. Paperbacon
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    To 15

  7. Paperbacon
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    31-33

  8. Paperbacon
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    18 problems in all

  9. Paperbacon
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    @n648c788 can you help?

  10. Paperbacon
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    @Nnesha @mollyhatesmath

  11. anonymous
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    yes I am reviewing some rules

  12. Paperbacon
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    Ok

  13. anonymous
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    1.) amplitude is heights so it is 2 or -2 dosent matter period is 1/ frequency, so count wavelenghts 1/2=.5

  14. anonymous
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    2.) is not periodic

  15. anonymous
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    make sense

  16. Paperbacon
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    Yes, thank you!

  17. anonymous
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    3-5 substact and add the value to 360 3-32+360 -32-360 make sense

  18. Paperbacon
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    What if its negative, then would I add?

  19. anonymous
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    - - add numbers - + subtract numbers

  20. Paperbacon
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    Still confused. Could you give an example with end result so I can see the process?

  21. anonymous
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    -32+360= 328 -32- 360=-396

  22. anonymous
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    -229+360=131 -229-360=-589

  23. Paperbacon
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    Are thos both the answer. Like the answer is two numbers or pick the one thats positive?

  24. anonymous
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    its both because it is not specify +, - value wanted

  25. anonymous
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    5. 375 is not between 0 and 360

  26. Paperbacon
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    Ok, thanks! I think I got it now!

  27. anonymous
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    Awseome!

  28. Paperbacon
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    Theres no answer for number then?

  29. Paperbacon
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    5

  30. anonymous
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    yes good job

  31. Paperbacon
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    Thanks!

  32. Paperbacon
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    How do I do 6 through 8?

  33. anonymous
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    6.) conversion degree to radians is angle *2Pi/360 -225*2pi/360= -3.92 radians terms of pie-1.25pi- we just did not multiply pie but we multiplied and divided

  34. anonymous
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    7.) 120*2pi/360= 2.09 radians terms of pie= .667pi

  35. anonymous
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    make sense

  36. Paperbacon
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    Yes, much!

  37. anonymous
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    8.)600*2pi/360=10.47radians terms of pie= 3.33pi

  38. anonymous
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    9-11 we are going backwards

  39. Paperbacon
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    Ok

  40. Paperbacon
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    Can you show me an example?

  41. anonymous
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    9.) 5pi/6 *180/pi =150 degress 10.) -2.5pi *180/pi= -450 degress 11.) .8*pi/180 = .01396pi .01396pi*180/pi=5 degrees

  42. anonymous
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    6-8 do value* pi/360

  43. Paperbacon
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    Okay, thanks! I understand how to do that from now on too!

  44. anonymous
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    ok awseome!

  45. anonymous
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    12. also?

  46. Paperbacon
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    I dont know about 12

  47. anonymous
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    Ok because I can not see the graph

  48. anonymous
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    13. then

  49. Paperbacon
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    Heres a better pic

  50. anonymous
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    K

  51. anonymous
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    1 cycle, amplitude is 2, period is 1

  52. anonymous
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    make sense

  53. anonymous
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    like when we did number 1

  54. Paperbacon
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    Yes

  55. anonymous
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    ok next one

  56. Paperbacon
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    Ok

  57. anonymous
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    y=4sin(2x) 4=amplitude sine period is 2Pi, period formula is 2pi/b, b=2 period=pi now graph

  58. anonymous
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    |dw:1433184729036:dw|

  59. Paperbacon
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    Thats what I g8t too!

  60. anonymous
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    14.) y=2sin(4x) Amplitude =2 Period=pi/2 Awseome

  61. anonymous
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    |dw:1433185086586:dw|

  62. anonymous
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    make snse

  63. Paperbacon
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    Yes

  64. Paperbacon
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    I need 15 and 31-33 I have the rest already

  65. anonymous
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    kk

  66. anonymous
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    15 do you want the points where cos 1/2 is at

  67. Paperbacon
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    No, just the answer in the interval from 0 to 2 pi

  68. anonymous
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    x= pi/3, 5pi/3

  69. anonymous
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    cos 1/2 is the x value on the unit circle, look at all values where cos is 1/2

  70. Paperbacon
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    For number 15?

  71. anonymous
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    yes

  72. Paperbacon
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    8kay,

  73. anonymous
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    our you can look at it this way, first value is pi/3, so we do 2pi-pi/3 and get 5pi/3 because 0-2pi interval

  74. Paperbacon
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    Okay, and numher 31 is just like 13?

  75. anonymous
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    exactly!

  76. anonymous
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    32.) remember the conversion

  77. Paperbacon
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  78. anonymous
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    Perfect champ!

  79. Paperbacon
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    Yay!

  80. Paperbacon
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    Can you explain 32?

  81. anonymous
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    32.) angle *pi/180= radians, #pi*180/pi= degrees

  82. anonymous
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    formulas

  83. Paperbacon
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    Okay thanks! That helped alot. Just need 33

  84. anonymous
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    Ok hold on

  85. anonymous
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    33.) 3pi/4= 135degrees 2pi 18*135/360= 42.4inches

  86. anonymous
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    Hope you understood everything champ!

  87. Paperbacon
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    Thank you sooo much for all the help and not just giving straight answers but actually taking the time to explain. Fanned and medal! Will write testimonial tonight! :)

  88. Paperbacon
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    And thank you for the enccouraging words!!!

  89. anonymous
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    Awesome I appreciate it very much, keep studying hard!

  90. anonymous
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    Take care and np!

  91. Paperbacon
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    Could you help me with some more problems? @n648c788

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