Trig
 👍
 👎
 👁

 👍
 👎
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

PreCal
Use an Addition or Subtraction Formula to write the expression as a trigonometric function of one number. (tan(74°)tan(14°))/(1+tan(74°)tan(14°)) =__________ Find it's exact value (not decimal form) =__________ Note: A

trig
If cos 0 =  1/2 and tan 0 > 0, find the quadrant that contains the terminal side of 0, and then find the exact values of the other five trig functions of 0.

trig
please help me. use trig. identities to find the exact value. tan 25° + tan 5° / 1 tan 25° tan 5°

pre calculus 2
use the fundamental trig. Identities to simplify tan^4x+2tan^2x+1

calculus
Find the exact value of the given expression. (tan17pi/12  tan pi/4) / (1+tan 17pi/12 tan pi/4) can you help with this? i got the answer 1/ squareroot 3

trig
find the exact values of the six trig functions of the angle. 750 sin(750)= cos(750)= tan(750)= csc(750)= sec(750)= cot(750)= I've tried this question over and over again and i cannot get it right. i believe 750 is in the

Trigonometry
Hello, everyone: I am working on finding the exact values of angles that are less common and are therefor not found easily on the Unit Circle (at least, they are not labeled). For example, the problem I am asking about is: 10)

Mathematics
1 If csc θ = 5 and θ is an acute angle, find: a. sin θ b. cos θ 2 Use trig identities to transform the expression (sec θ)/(csc θ) into a single trig function. Assume θ is acute. 7. Using the table of values, find the

trig
how do i set this problem up? Find tan (s + t) given that sin s = 1/4, with s in quadrant 2, and sin t = 1/2, with t in quadrant 4.

Trigonometry/Geometry  Inequalities
Let a, b, and c be positive real numbers. Prove that sqrt(a^2  ab + b^2) + sqrt(a^2  ac + c^2) is greater or equal to sqrt(b^2 + bc + c^2). Under what conditions does equality occur? That is, for what values of a, b, and c are

Calc
intergral of (x^3 4x + 3)/(2x) dx would this be ln abs(x^34x+3) + C? I don't really understand how to solve this problem. d/dx (tan (x^2)) sec^2(x^2)(2x) would this be the correct answer to find the derivative of tan (x^2)? no,

Calculus
I just want to know how to set up the integral for this problem. Use spherical coordinates to find the volume of the solid in the first octant that lies inside a cone and a sphere.This is for practice to prepare for the real
You can view more similar questions or ask a new question.