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Write the equation of the sine function with amplitude of 3, standard period, phase shift of 90°, and vertical shift of 2?
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The function f(x)=sinx3 contains which type of transformation or change to its parent graph?
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The function f(x)=3sinx contains which type of transformation or change to its parent graph?
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Which of the following functions is periodic?
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Which of the following functions is periodic?
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Which of the following functions is periodic?
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What is the period of the function \[f(x)=\cot x\]?
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What is the period of the function \[f(x)=\sin \frac{ 1 }{ 2 }x\]
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How do I write 85.847° in degrees, minutes, and seconds?
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What is the cosine of 210°?
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What is 42° 15' 5" in in decimal degrees?
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What is the cosine of 210°?
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What is the secant of the angle in standard position in which the terminal side passes through the point (16, 30)?
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Is 60° coterminal with 780°?
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What is 210° converted to radians?
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What is the quadrant in which the terminal side of a 162° angle in standard position lies?
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Find m0.
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What is the trigonometric ratio for cs c0?
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Find 0. Round your answer to the nearest whole degree.
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The hypotenuse of a 30°60°90° triangle is 24 units. Find the exact value of the length of the long leg.
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The length of the hypotenuse of a 30°60°90° triangle is 14 units. Find the exact value of the length of the short leg.
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The length of the hypotenuse of a 45°45°90° triangle is 8 units. Find the exact value of the length of the leg.
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A ladder is leaning up against a 10foot wall at an angle of elevation of 65°. How long is the ladder?
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A ladder is leaning up against a 15foot wall at an angle of elevation of 65°. How far is the foot of the ladder from the wall?
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An airplane is flying 4,200 feet above the ground at an angle of depression of 7.8°. How far must the plane fly in order to land?
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How do I find 0 rounded to the nearest whole degree? http://static.k12.com/eli/bb/598/1/0/2_40666_55141/1/dc80263c07e2d5e4a7c782b8502ddce7…
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An airplane is flying 4,200 feet above the ground at an angle of depression of 7.8°. How far must the plane fly in order to land?
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How do I find 0 rounded to the nearest whole degree? http://static.k12.com/eli/bb/598/1/0/2_40666_55141/1/dc80263c07e2d5e4a7c782b8502ddce7…
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Were the Romantics generally more optimistic than the Transcendentalists?
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