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1. Write the function y=sinx as a phase shift of y=sinx
2. Write the function y=cosx as a phase shift of y=sinx
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Choose the point on the terminal side of theta.
theta = 45 degrees
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Find sin, cos, and tan for the given quadrantal angle.
4π
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Write the equation given the following information:
A cosecant graph with an amplitude of sqrt(3), it starts at (π/7) and ends at (10π/7…
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Write the equation in factored form: y = 3sin(2x (pi/3)) + 3
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Find θ in quadrant 1 to the nearest degree...
tan θ = 1.4739
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Evaluate to four decimal places
Please explain how you found your answer
cot183
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Explain how to find the exact value of sin120
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Explain how to find the exact value of Sin 30°
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Use identities to find sinθ given secθ=5/2 and θ is in quadrant 4?
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Explain how to find the exact value of sin945 degrees
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Find secθ if the terminal side is on y = 2x and θ is in Quadrant 4?
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Find the number of moles in 3.4 x 10^14 molecules of water?
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In the expression 130x  2x^2, what does x have to equal in order for it to be at least 2000, and what x should be for it to be below 2100?
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How do I write this in interval notation?
x values between 25 and 40
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x^2+y^2=9
x^2+9y^2=25
Solve with substitution
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What is the trend in atomic size as you move across a period and down a group?
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What is the trend in atomic size as you move across a period and down a group?
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Solve by substitution
xy4=0
x^2+4y^2=20
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Solve by substitution
xy4=0
x^2+4y^2=20
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Please help with this growth/decay problem
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e^2x7e^x+10=0
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How do I do e^2x7e^x+10=0
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If I start out making $15 dollars a day, and my pay is increased by $0.75 a day, how much money will I have at the end of the month? (31 day…
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EXPAND THE FOLLOWING LOGARITHM AND SIMPLIFY log(5,125) + log(5,5x)?
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Expand the following logarithm log(5,125) + log(5,5*x)
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What if you're expanding a logarithm, and you get 1  log(3,(x)) + 5, do you add 1 and 5?
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Solve for x 5125 = 5000(1.08)^x
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Use the properties of logarithms to expand the expression ln z(z1)^2, z>1?
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