Solve the equation on the interval 0<theta<2pi -tan(2theta)+2sin(theta)=0
I am supposed to find the area of a segment of a circle. The circle is cut with two radi with an angle of 90 degrees. Then where the radi touch the circle another line is drawn to connect them. The triangle and the small section between the triangle and the edge of the circle ...
possible answers are a 9 pi / 4 - 9 units squared b 6 pi / 4 - 4.5 units squared c 9 pi / 4 units squared d 9 pi /4 - 4.5 units squared
Find the area of the segment of the circle. Leave your answer in terms of pi. there is a circle with a 90 degree triangle and one side is 3 cm
You and your friend ordered a 12 cut pizza with a radius of 8 inches. How much cheese is needed to cover one slice of the pizza? Hint: Find the area of one slice. Round your answer to the nearest tenth
If a ramp has a slope of 1/8, and I need to put a support post 11 feet from the low point on the ramp, how long should the post be?
Nevermind you can ignore this, I figured it out. I was just forgetting to do e^answer at the end.
Find the limit as x approaches infinity of (lnx)^(1/x). This unit is on L'Hopital's rule. I know that the answer is 1, I just don't know how to get there. I tried taking the ln of everything so that you have ln(the whole limit) = limx-->infinity (1/x)ln(lnx) but...
In a series circuit, the voltage across the resistor has an amplitude of 10 V. Across the inductor it is 25 V and across the capacitor it is 9 V. To the nearest tenth, what is the amplitude of the voltage across the whole group?
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