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Simplify the expression:
1.) cos^2x/1sin x
How would you work this?
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A 90 kg skier takes to the slopes and reaches a constant velocity. (Use a coordinate axis parallel and perpendicular to the hill's surface.)
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Solving Trig Equations:
a.) 2 sin x  csc x = 0
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Solving Trig Equations
a.) sec x + tan x=1
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haleyking345:
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Solving Trig Equations
a.) sec x csc x= 2 csc x
Does anyone know how to do this?
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Solving trig Equations
a.) sin^2x=3 cos^2x
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Verifying Trigonometric Identities
1.) cos^2 xsin^2 x
answer:12sin^2 x
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Verifying Trigonometric Identities
1.) (1+sin x)(1sin x)
The answer is cos^2 x.
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A baseball diamond is a square 90ft on a side. The pitcher's mound is 60.5 ft from home plate. How far is it from the mound to first base?
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Find Area of triangle:
a=13m b=7m c=16m
I am not sure what i did wrong, could someone help me?
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Could somebody just translate for me, so I could fill in the blanks.
1.) El rojo no es tu color. El chaleco _______ rojas te queda _______.…
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Fill in with correct word from word bank.
Si tus botas son demasiado pequenas, entonces te quedan ________ y necesitas ________ mas grande.…
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Use a halfangle identity to find the evact value of each function.
A.) Tan 165 degrees
I have tried and cannot come up with the right an…
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y=2+3 sin (feta/2). Graph
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How do you graph cos (2x)?
I am not sure.
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What is the domain and range of the Sine graph?
I think it's all real numbers, but I am not sure.
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What is the area of the sector of a circle if the radius is 16cm and the angle rotation is 150 degrees?
I got this question wrong, so i am …
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Sketch the graph of y=cos(x+pie/2).
I don't understand how to do this.
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Find each value by referring to the graph of the sine or the cosine function.
a.) cos(pie/2)
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If c is a negative integer, for which of the following values of d is (cd) greatest?
a.) 10
b.) 4
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Triangle FGH is similar to triangle JKL. The length of side GH is 2.1 meters, the length of corresponding side KL is 1.4 meters, and the per…
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what is the ycoordinate of the point at which the line whose equation is 3x2y7=0 crosses the yaxis?
a.) 7/2
b.) 7/3
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In what field did significant technological innovation occur in the late 1800's?
A.) building materials
B.) communications
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let y=a/(bx^2). Describe how y will change.
a.) double a, keeping b and x constant.
b.) double x, keeping a and b constant.
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You buy 40 tshirts for $295, and 80 for $565. Both included shipping and handling.
a.) Write a linear equation.
b.) What is the cost per…
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y=5x+12 (0,3). write standard form equation of perpendicular line that passes through the points.
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parallel, coinciding, or perpendicular?
y=3
x=6
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y=5x18
2x+10y+10=0
Parallel, Coinciding, or Perpendicular?
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slopeintercept form, no slope and passes through (12,9). show work.
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using the data of how many marbles it takes to break the noodle:
1 noodle=14 marbles
2 noodles=28 marbles
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