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A submicroscopic particle suspended in a solution has a volume 1.3um^3. What is this volume in liters?
um = micrometers …
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how would you write and inequality for w+7>5 without using any absolute values?
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Suppose the distance between w and −7 is greater than 5. Write an inequality, not involving absolute values, that describes this situation.
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Solve the equation. 1/2−9x=1
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Suppose the distance between x and zero is less than 1. Write an inequality, not involving absolute values, that describes this situation.
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xabs(x6) = 45x+7. Solve for x.
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What is the inverse of f(x)=10^x ?
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Solve lnx=−2 for x
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if sinu=2/3. what is u equal to? (u is an angle in the second quadrant)
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If 100mg of CuO is mixed with 1mL of 1M H2SO4, how much CuSO4 can be formed (in moles)
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Find a and c if b=2 and sin v= 3/5
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PLEASE HELPPP. WILL MEDAL!!!!
Determine the radius and circumference of the circle containing all points at latitude 45 degrees, given that…
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PLEASE HELPPP. WILL MEDAL!!!!
Determine the radius and circumference of the circle containing all points at latitude 45 degrees, given that …
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Please help!! Have no idea how to answer this.
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Determine the radius and circumference of the circle containing all points at latitude 45 degrees, given that the radius o…
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Determine the radius and circumference of the circle containing all points at latitude 45 degrees, given that the radius of…
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Find a and c if b=2 and sin v= 3/5
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if sin(u) = 2/3, cos (u) = sqrt(5)/3 and tan (u) = 2/sqrt(5). what is u?
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Find the lengths of all three sides of a right triangle that has perimeter 29 and has a 42 degree angle.
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If sin(−x)= .2, cos(−x)= .5 and tan(−x)= 4.7, what does sec(−x)csc(−x)cot(−x)sin(−x) equal to?
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How do you answer this question? (In the photo attachment)
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Find the equation of a cosine curve that is obtained by shifting the graph of y=cos(x)
 to the left 6 units and
 upward 8 units and
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Simplify and write the trigonometric expression in terms of sine and cosine:
[2+tan^2x/sec^2x]−1=(f(x))^2
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Simplify completely into an expression with sin(A) or cos(A) only:
1−(sin(A)+cos(A))^2=
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Find the distance (in miles) along an arc on the surface of the earth that subtends a central angle of 3 minutes (1 minute = 1/60 degree). T…
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Positions on earth are defined by their longitude (how far east or west you are) and latitude (how far north or south you are). Both latitud…
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if sin(u) = 2/3, cos (u) = sqrt(5)/3 and tan (u) = 2/sqrt(5). what is u?
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If sin(u) = 3/5 and cos(u) is negative
what is sin(u+π/2)=
what is cos(u+π/2)=…
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Assume that sin(A)=sin(B) in the figure. Find exact answers for each of the values below, not decimal approximations. All angles are given i…
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Assume that sin(A)=sin(B) in the figure. Find exact answers for each of the values below, not decimal approximations. All angles are given i…
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