
Calculus
Differentiate with respect to theta Y=((sin3theta)(tan3theta))^12
asked by Kate on February 11, 2013 
maths
show that sin3thetacos2theta =(1sin theta)(4sin squared theta + 2sin theta 1)
asked by victor2 on August 3, 2011 
maths
show that sin3thetacos2theta =(1sin theta)(4sin squared theta + 2sin theta 1)
asked by victor2 on August 3, 2011 
related rates with work shown
this is a relate rates problem in calculus in a right triangle, the hypotenuse is 5 and the vertical side is x and the angle is theta. so if theta increases at a constant rate of 3 radians per minute, at what rate is x increasing in units per minute when x
asked by Anonymous on April 15, 2007 
calculus
a billboard 20ft tall is located on top of a building with its lower edge 60 ft above the level of a viewers eye. how far from a point directly below the sign should a viewer stand to maximize the angle (theta) between the lines of sight of the top and
asked by rachel on November 7, 2011 
trig math
Prove that tan(theta)tan(60+theta)=tan3theta
asked by Rajesh kumar on December 18, 2011 
trig
h t t p : / / i m g 4 0 . i m a g e s h a c k . u s / c o n t e n t . p h p ? p a g e = d o n e& l = i m g 4 0 / 1 4 8 / a s d a s d y e . j p g & v i a = m u p l o a d (def of tan theta = a^1 o)a = o opposite = adjacent tan theta written with respect to
asked by trig on September 6, 2009 
Math
Find the instantaneous rate of change of r with respect to theta for r = (theta/2) (1/theta).
asked by Emma on November 14, 2011 
trigo help!
1. differentiate cos(3/x) 2. differentiate sin(4/x) 3. differentiate 3/{sin(3x+pi)} 4. differentiate pxsin(q/x)where p and q are constants. 5. differentiate xsin(a/x) where a is constant 6. differentiate sec^3(3x^2+1)
asked by I'm stumped on June 19, 2009 
Calculus
I wanted to confirm that I solved these problems correctly (we had to convert the polar curves to Cartesian equations). 1.rcos(theta)=1 x=1 2.r=2*sin(theta)+2*cos(theta) r^2=2rsin(theta)+2rcos(theta) x^2+y^2=2y+2x (a little unsure what do next if this is
asked by Joshua on March 13, 2009 
Calculus
Determine the intervals on which the function is concave up and concave down f(theta) = 21theta + 21Sin^2(theta), [0,pi] I have tried to implicitly differentiate but I am getting nowhere,... can anyone please help?
asked by Henry on March 31, 2013 
trig
If sin theta is equal to 5/13 and theta is an angle in quadrant II find the value of cos theta, sec theta, tan theta, csc theta, cot theta.
asked by Julise Alliance on March 1, 2013 
Precalculus(NEED HELP ASAP PLEASE!!)
cot(theta)= 3 pi < theta < 3pi/2 Find: sin(theta)= 1 ? cos(theta)= 3 ? tan(theta)= 1/3 ? sec(theta)= 1/3 ? csc(theta)= 1 ? That's what I came up with, but they are not correct, PLEASE help me where I went wrong!!
asked by jh on March 28, 2010 
math
knowing that 2(theta) can be written as theta + theta, find the expression for sin2(theta) and cos2(theta). Is it 2sin(theta)cos(theta)?
asked by Steve on March 31, 2013 
calculus
the equation V=U^5=7sqrtWWZ relates the variables, V,U,W,Z. differentiate with respect to T to get the wquation which relates the rates of change with respect to T?
asked by Anonymous on October 11, 2011 
math
If cos(3 x)6Ó14 x e^2 y=0, find [ dy/dx] using implicit differentiation. In this problem, you should differentiate both sides of this equation with respect to x. First, using implicit differentiation, differentiate the left side of the equation with
asked by Zhao on September 30, 2012 
math;)
Julia wants to simplify the term sec^2 theta1/cot^2 theta+1 in a trigonometric identity that she is proving. Which of the following identities should use to help her? Select all that apply. (2 ANSWERS) a. sin^2 theta+cos^2 theta=1 b. sec^2 thetatan^2
asked by girly girl on April 23, 2018 
Definite Integrals
Integral of theta^3*lnsintheta with respect to theta from 0 to pi
asked by alsa on June 27, 2012 
Math
Which of the following functions have a vertical asymptote for values of theta such that cos theta = 1? Select two answers. y = sin theta y = cos theta y = tan theta y = sec theta y = csc theta y = cot theta I know what all these functions look like, but I
asked by Max on February 10, 2018 
Advanced Math
Identify the polar form of the linear equation 4x+3y=10. x=rcos(theta),y=rsin(theta) 4x+3y=4rcos(theta)+3rsin(theta)=10 r=10/(4cos(theta)+3sin(theta) I got it wrong
asked by Jon on August 6, 2009 
Math
An angle theta satisfies the relation (csc theta)(cos theta)=1 Give an example of information needed to determine a unique value for theta If sec theta is known to be negative, what is the csc theta value of theta?
asked by Saniya on February 24, 2017 
math;)
What is a simplified form of the expression (sec^3 theta)  (sec theta/cot^2 theta)? a. 0 b. sec thetatan theta c. cos theta d. sec theta***** Every time I attempt to work out this problem I end up with one. I know the answer is sec theta, but I do not
asked by girly girl on April 27, 2018 
math
Differentiate s=(2t)^2 with respect to t
asked by math on September 16, 2017 
Calculus
Finding critical numbers g(theta) = 16(theta)  4tan(theta) I can only get the derivative of g to be g'(theta) = 16  4sec^2(theta). Am I supposed to move on to get sec^2(theta) = 4, then sec(theta) = 2?
asked by Justin on October 4, 2015 
Calculus 1
A 10m ladder leans against a wall at an angle theta with the horizontal. The top of the ladder is x metres above the ground. If the bottom of the ladder is pushed towards the wall, find the rate at which x changes with respect to theta when theta equals 60
asked by Yain on April 22, 2012 
Algebra II
Multiple Choice Which expression is NOT equivalent to 1? (theta) means 0 with dash in it. A.)sin^2 (theta)+cot^2 (theta) sin^2 (theta) B.)(sin^(theta))/(1cos(theta))cos(theta) C,)sec^2 (theta)+ tan^2 (theta) D.)(cot^2(theta) sin^2 (theta))/(cos^2(theta))
asked by HotMath on June 9, 2011 
Mathematics
Differentiate the following function with respect to x a) ln((2x1/1+x)^1/2)
asked by Syam on January 5, 2015 
Math
Differentiate cos^2 x w/ respect to x
asked by Anonymous on November 4, 2012 
Math
Differentiate cos^2 x w/ respect to x.
asked by Nyx on November 5, 2012 
Math
Differentiate cos^2 x w/ respect to x
asked by Anonymous on November 4, 2012 
MBA – I/ Semester – I math
Differentiate following with respect to x f(x) = (3x^2 – 5ax + a^2)^4
asked by anil on October 4, 2011 
Calculus
Differentiate each function with respect to x: F(x)=x/(x+1)^1/2
asked by Sm on September 22, 2015 
Calculus
Differentiate with respect to x 1/sin x
asked by somay on July 19, 2016 
calculus
Differentiate with respect to x (3x^25ax+a^2)^4
asked by Anonymous on September 22, 2011 
calculus
y=2^nx differentiate with respect to x using the first principle
asked by edward on August 23, 2015 
Physics
An object is shot at 20m/s at an angle theta. The object lands 24m away. What is the angle? Can you check if I am doing this right? I had v(initial) = 20 m/s g = 9.8 m/s^2 x = 24m 1st I solved for time: x = v(initial) t x = v(initial) cos(theta) t 24 = 20
asked by Dreskillz89 on September 22, 2009 
trig
If cosecant of theta equals 3 and cosine of theta is less than zero, find sine of theta, cosine of theta, tangent of theta, cotangent of theta and secant of theta
asked by Ana on February 15, 2012 
Maths complex numbers
Find tan(3 theta) in terms of tan theta Use the formula tan (a + b) = (tan a + tan b)/[1  tan a tan b) in two steps. First, let a = b = theta and get a formula for tan (2 theta). tan (2 theta) = 2 tan theta/[(1  tan theta)^2] Then write down the equation
asked by Jake on February 13, 2007 
Calculus :(
Differentiate with respect to (t). y = d cos(t) + (t^2)sin(t)
asked by Melish on March 20, 2014 
mba
Differentiate following with respect to x. (3x2 – 5ax + a2)4
asked by anil on October 4, 2011 
MBA – I/ Semester – I math
Differentiate following with respect to x. (3x2 – 5ax + a2)4
asked by anil on October 4, 2011 
Calculus 2
Write in cartesian form: r=3tan(theta)sec(theta) im working with this function here, trying to get an rcos(theta) and/or rsin(theta) so far, i am stumped. what i have so far: r^2=3r(tan(theta)sec(theta)) (x^2+y^2)=?????
asked by Mike on April 27, 2011 
Math
Justin wants to evaluate 3cot(5pi/4). Which of the following identities can he use to help him? Select two answers. cot(theta) = cot(theta) cot(theta) = cot(theta) cot(theta) = cot(theta) cot(theta + pi) = cot(theta) cot(theta + 2pi) = cot(theta)
asked by Max on February 12, 2018 
Precalculus
Circle O below has radius 1. Eight segment lengths are labeled with lowercase letters. Six of these equal a trigonometric function of theta. Your answer to this problem should be a six letter sequence whose letters represent the segment lengths that equal
asked by Human on September 25, 2016 
Algebra2
The function f(theta) and g (theta) are sine functions where f(0)=g(0)=0. The amplitude of f (theta) is twice the amplitude of g(theta). The period of f(theta) is onehalf the period of g(theta). If g (theta) has a period of 2pi and fpi/4=4. Write the
asked by steve on May 11, 2017 
Math
angle theta is in the standard position and 0'=
asked by Han on June 11, 2014 
trig
If theta is the measure of an angle in standard position with the given conditions, find the quadrant(s) in which the terminal side of theta lies. a) cot theta < 0 b) cos theta > 0 , csc theta < 0
asked by Anonymous on January 27, 2012 
Trig
Solve the following interval 0
asked by Kay on October 24, 2007 
Trigonometry
Thank you STEVE!!!!! Suppose that Cos (theta) = 1/square root 2 if 0
asked by George on January 23, 2013 
Trigonometry
I don't understand how I'm supposed set the problem up or what theta is... Use the given function value(s), and trigonometric identities (including the cofunction identities), to find the indicated trigonometric functions. sec theta = 5, tan theta 2 *
asked by Chris on April 24, 2009 
trig
Hi there! I NEED SERIOUS HELP, PLEASE!!! i have such a hard time with verifying identities! The question is: [(sin(theta/2)) / csc(theta/2)] + [(cos (theta/2) / sec(theta/2)] = 1 I have a few ideas on how to solve this, but am mainly not sure how to get
asked by stephani on June 11, 2014 
PreCalculus
Which is the polar form of the parametric equations x=5cos(theta) and y=5sin(theta) ? a. r= 5(theta) b. r= 5 c. r= 25 cos (theta) sin (theta)***** d. r= 25cos^2 (theta) + 25sin^2 (theta) Which is the polar form of the parametric equations x=4t and y=t^2?
asked by Vsuf on May 22, 2018 
Math Trig Please Help!!!
Find exact values for all the solutions to the equation cos theta = sqrt 3/2 for 2pi
asked by George on November 8, 2014 
calculus(differentian)
x=(62y²)/(1+y) differentiate with respect to y I saw this in a question here but..I don't get how the person go that answer.
asked by Yoona on December 4, 2011 
Precalculus(NEED HELP ASAP PLEASE!!)
PLEASE HELP!! csc(theta)= 3/2 3pi/2 < theta < 2pi Find: sin(theta)= _____ ? cos(theta)= _____ ? tan(theta)= _____ ? cot(theta)= _____ ? sec(theta)= _____ ?
asked by jh on March 28, 2010 
calculus
A ladder 14 ft long rests against a vertical wall. Let \theta be the angle between the top of the ladder and the wall and let x be the distance from the bottom of the ladder to the wall. If the bottom of the ladder slides away from the wall, how fast does
asked by peter on May 4, 2010 
Calculus Ladder Problem
A ladder 20 ft long rests against a vertical wall. Let \theta be the angle between the top of the ladder and the wall and let x be the distance from the bottom of the ladder to the wall. If the bottom of the ladder slides away from the wall, how fast does
asked by Jennifer on April 28, 2010 
Math
A ladder 20 ft long rests against a vertical wall. Let \theta be the angle between the top of the ladder and the wall and let x be the distance from the bottom of the ladder to the wall. If the bottom of the ladder slides away from the wall, how fast does
asked by Jennifer on April 28, 2010 
Math
A ladder 20 ft long rests against a vertical wall. Let \theta be the angle between the top of the ladder and the wall and let x be the distance from the bottom of the ladder to the wall. If the bottom of the ladder slides away from the wall, how fast does
asked by Jennifer on April 28, 2010 
math
A ladder 14 ft long rests against a vertical wall. Let \theta be the angle between the top of the ladder and the wall and let x be the distance from the bottom of the ladder to the wall. If the bottom of the ladder slides away from the wall, how fast does
asked by peter on May 4, 2010 
Mathamatics
Solve the following trigonometry identities. a) 1cos2(theta) = sin(theta)cos(theta)/cot(theta) b) (1cos2(theta))(1tan2(theta))=sin2(theta)2sin4(theta)/1sin2(theta) *its supposed to be cos to the power of two, sin to the power of four, etc. There is
asked by Zoë on May 29, 2014 
trigonometry
can you correct the rest for me please? Express each as a function of theta: a. sin (270deg + theta)= cos theta b. cos (pi + theta)= cos theta c. tan (810 + theta)= ????? d. sin (theta  180)= sin theta
asked by Anonymous on February 9, 2011 
trigonomtry
can you correct the rest for me please? Express each as a function of theta: a. sin (270deg + theta)= cos theta b. cos (pi + theta)= cos theta c. tan (810 + theta)= ????? d. sin (theta  180)= sin theta
asked by Anonymous on February 8, 2011 
trigonometry
can you correct the rest for me please? Express each as a function of theta: a. sin (270deg + theta)= cos theta b. cos (pi + theta)= cos theta c. tan (810 + theta)= ????? d. sin (theta  180)= sin theta
asked by anon on February 11, 2011 
maths
Prove that sin3theta=3sintheta4sin^3theta
asked by chama on March 14, 2012 
Calculus
If cos of theta= 7/12 and theta is in quadrant 2 then find a. tan(theta) cot (theta)= b. csc(theta) tan(theta)= c. sin^2(theta)+ cos^2(theta)=
asked by Bob on April 9, 2017 
physics
A crate slides down an incline right angled trough. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the crate and the trought is mew_k(not sure if i spelt it right). What is the acceleration of the crate in terms of mew_k theda and g? I think I need to use
asked by Brian on November 28, 2006 
Mathematics
Differentiate the following with respect to P: A)567K b)897PK c)23P^1 d)2KP^6+4P^5+P^4+6K^3K^2329K10,000
asked by Ted on September 7, 2008 
trig
Find csc(theta), tan (theta), and cos (theta), where theta is the angle shown in the figure. Give exact values, not decimal approximations c=10 b=7 a=7.14 the right angle is locate between sides a and b and the theta angle is an acutle angle sides b and c.
asked by Joey on March 24, 2014 
Math Trig Help
sin theta = x/3, with theta in the first quadrant, find the expression for cos theta and tan theta. Answers will be in algebraic terms of x. Give exact answers with 0 < theta
asked by Leeroy on November 7, 2014 
math (trig)
if cos 2 theta = (1/3) and theta is in Quadrant 2, find sin theta, cos theta, tan theta, and draw triangle theta
asked by Jeff on January 21, 2011 
help help helppppmath
1)Use the definitions sin0(theta) = y/r, cos0(theta) = x/r and/or tan0(theta) = y/x to prove that cot0(theta) = 1/tan0(theta) 2)For all 0(theta) prove: a)cos(t) = 1/sec0(theta) b. sec(t) = 1/cos0(theta)
asked by abeer on April 30, 2012 
Math
1)Use the definitions sin0(theta) = y/r, cos0(theta) = x/r and/or tan0(theta) = y/x to prove that cot0(theta) = 1/tan0(theta) 2)For all 0(theta) prove: a)cos(t) = 1/sec0(theta) b. sec(t) = 1/cos0(theta)
asked by abeer on April 30, 2012 
Trig
Which expression equivalent to: cos(theta + pi/2). A)cos theta B)cos theta C)sin theta D)sin theta my book doesnt give examples of this but my crack at it would be C b/c distributive property? and 2cos theta = sin theta
asked by Jon on February 15, 2008 
Calculus
I'm having problems with this one. Can't get the right answer. Differentiate the following using the chain rule. f(x) = squareroot(x^2+1)/(3x+1) I know that I can take the whole thing and put it to the (1/2) and differentiate that then use the quotient
asked by Angie on September 22, 2012 
Trigonometry
Prove the following identities: 1. (tan theta  sin theta)^2 + (1cos theta)^2 = (1sec theta) ^2 2. (12cos^2 theta) / sin theta cos theta = tan theta  cot theta 3. (sin theta + cos theta ) ^2 + (sin theta  cos theta ) ^2 = 2 Thank you so much! :)
asked by Fern Angel on April 21, 2016 
Trigonometry
Prove the following identities: 1. (tan theta  sin theta)^2 + (1cos theta)^2 = (1sec theta) ^2 2. (12cos^2 theta) / sin theta cos theta = tan theta  cot theta 3. (sin theta + cos theta ) ^2 + (sin theta  cos theta ) ^2 = 2 Thank you so much! :)
asked by Fern Angel on April 22, 2016 
Calculus
Can someone explain the method of implicit differentiation to me. I know that we differentiation both sides of the equation with respect to x (I don't understand what they mean by with respect to x). And then y is a function of x...I don't understand what
asked by Samantha on November 4, 2008 
Calculus
Can someone explain the method of implicit differentiation to me. I know that we differentiation both sides of the equation with respect to x (I don't understand what they mean by with respect to x). And then y is a function of x...I don't understand what
asked by Samantha on November 3, 2008 
Calculous
Evaluate sin(theta) and cosine (theta) for the angle theta The graph gives you a point of (0.6,0.8) on the x y coordinate plane with a radius of what appears to be 1 ( unit circle ) sin (theta) = cos (theta) =
asked by Larry on October 31, 2014 
trigonometry
I need help in understanding how to identify which identity to use. using this question as an example. Show that tan theta (sin theta+cot theta cos theata)all over cos theta = sec^2 theta. Please explain.
asked by lindsay on May 4, 2012 
Maths  trigonometry
if sec theta*sin(36° + theta )=0 , find the value of theta so that theta and 36°+theta are acute angles
asked by Safi on April 16, 2017 
Futher maths
Tan theta +2sec theta=2 cot theta+3cosec theta=a Find theta
asked by Stevium on July 22, 2016 
precalc h
sin(theta)/1cos(theta) + 1cos(theta)/sin(theta) = 2csc(theta) That question makes absolutely no sense.. could someone help me? or lead me in the direction to figuring it out? and.. (Beside the trig functions is theta) 1+1/cos = tan^2/sec1
asked by sam on December 10, 2012 
Chemistry
For one mole the ideal gas law is pV=RT , write down the exact differential dV. Would I be right to differentiate with respect to T and p separately?... V = RT/p dV = R/p  (RT)/(p^2)
asked by Beth on May 17, 2009 
calculus
a particle moves along the curve xy=10. if x=2 and dy/dt=3, what is the value of dx/dt. i'm guessing this is something to do with parametric equations. if x is 2, then y=5. but how do i get dx/dt. you have to differentiate the equation with respect to t so
asked by Anonymous on April 21, 2007 
Mathematics
1. Show that Sin3 Theta  Cos2 Theta = (1  Sin Theta)(4Sin^2 Theta + 2Sin Theta  1). Without using a calculator, show that Theta = 18 degrees is an exact solution of the equation Sin3 Theta = Cos2 Theta. Justifying your answer, find the exact values of:
asked by Edwards on August 3, 2011 
Precalculus 2
Similiarly to a question I asked previously I took the same approach. the problem is: what value(s) of theta solve the following equation? cos(theta)sin(theta)  2 cos(theta) = 0? I let Cos theta = X and sin theta = X unfortunately I end up with something
asked by Greg on November 14, 2012 
Precalculus(NEED HELP ASAP PLEASE!!)
PLEASE HELP!! sin(theta)= 1/3 pi/2 < theta < pi Find: cos(theta)= ______ ? tan(theta)= ______ ? cot(theta)= ______ ? sec(theta)= ______ ? csc(theta)= ______ ?
asked by jh on March 28, 2010 
Algebra II
Which of the following expressions are not equal to 1? A) sin^2 theta + cot^2 theta sin^2 theta B) (sin^2 theta/1cos theta)cos theta C) sec^2 theta + tan^2 theta D) cot^2 theta sin^2 theta/cos^2theta Answer: D
asked by Lucy on April 19, 2008 
Math
1. Let (7, 4) be a point on the terminal side of (theta). Find the exact values of sin(theta), csc(theta), and cot(theta). 2. Let (theta) be an angle in quadrant IV such that sin(theta)=2/5. Find the exact values of sec(theta) and tan(theta). 3. Let
asked by Kandee Johnson on May 15, 2011 
Precalculus
Which of the following are trigonometric identities? Select all that apply (there are 3 answers). A cos^2(theta)=sin^2(theta)1 B sin(theta)=1/csc(theta) C sec(theta)=1/cot(theta) D cot(theta)=cos/sin(theta) E 1+cot^2(theta)=csc^2(theta)
asked by Statten on March 6, 2018 
math
Hi ! Here is my question: The pythagorean theorem gives the relationships between the sides of a right triangle. The following identities show the relationships between the trigonometric functions of a particular angle. sin^2(theta) + cos^2(theta) = 1
asked by Andrew on April 1, 2013 
science
Sitting on a horizontal track is a mass of 10kg. One end of the track is raised untill the mass just begins to slip. If the coeffieient of static friction is .4 what is the minimum angle at which the mass begins to slip? mgSinTheta = mg*mu*CosTheta
asked by Henry on August 25, 2006 
math
I have a question I have been working on since yesterday and I am not making this up. I couldn't get the right answer. If sin theta = 2/3, which of the following are possible? A: cos theta= the sqr rt of 5/3 and tan theta =2/3. B: sec theta = 3/the sqr
asked by lisa on November 21, 2013 
Calculus
Below are the 5 problems which I had trouble in. I can't seem to get the answer in the back of the book. Thanks for the help! lim (thetapi/2)sec(theta) theta>pi/2 Answer: 1 I am not sure what to do here. lim (tan(theta))^(theta) theta>0+ Answer:1
asked by Anonymous on February 18, 2008 
PreCalculus
1.) Which of the following polar equations is equivalent to the parametric equations below? x=t^2 y=2t A.) r=4cot(theta)csc(theta) B.) r=4tan(theta)sec(theta) C.) r=tan(theta)sec(theta)/4 D.) r=16cot(theta)csc(theta) 2.) Which polar equation is equivalent
asked by line on May 18, 2018 
Calculus
Which is the correct cofunction identity for (tan theta?) A csc(90degrees  theta) B sec (90degrees  theta) C sin (90degrees  theta) D cos (90degrees  theta) E cot (90degrees  theta)
asked by Philip on November 28, 2012 
physics
Consider a 626N weight held by two cables. The left hand cable had tension T and makes an angle of theta with the wall. The right hand cable had tension 720N and makes an angle of 27 degrees with the ceiling. What is the tesion T in the left hand cable
asked by alexa on July 12, 2011 
math
put these polar equations into cartesians form: 1) theta=135 degrees 2)rcostheta=1 for #1 is it like: (1,1)? and for #2, X=1, but i cant find y, any help is appreciated The slope should be sin(theta)/cos(theta) and the intercept is the origin.
asked by hmmmm on September 26, 2006