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May 22, 2013

# Posts by tatiana

Total # Posts: 84

pre-calculus
in Triangle abc, tanA=3/4, tan B=1, and a=10. find b in simplest radical form.

pre-calculus
How do I prove that sinx/sinx+cosx=tanx/1+tanx

pre-calculus
thank you so much for all your help. i understood it now!

pre-calculus
pre-calculus and i didn't understand where the d and cos came from

pre-calculus
suppose a triangle has two sides of lengths a and b. if the angle between these sides varies, what is the maximum possible area that the triangle can attain? what can you say about the minimum possible area? could you explain by detail

pre-calculus
i don't understand where did the d come from and how did you turn it into cos?

pre-calculus
suppose a triangle has two sides of lengths a and b. if the angle between these sides varies, what is the maximum possible area that the triangle can attain? what can you say about the minimum possible area?

pre-calculus
find the area of the segment formed by a chord 24 cm long in a circle of radius 13 cm.

math
put in order from least to greatest; 3/3, 3/5, 3/6, 3/8

Maths
So if I'm using the area 8558.25 in that math I need to have it as 8558.25squared and then sqaure root it?

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