
Help! Urgent!
You know tangentTheta=h/4 take the derivative sec^2 Theta * dTheta/dt= 1/4 dh/dt you know dtheta/dt solving for dh/dt You know sec Theta from the right triangle: sec theta = sqrt(h^2 +16) /h check me. Georgina: in the future, please put the title in the
asked by bobpursley on November 5, 2006 
Related rates,...again
I also have another question (I'm not doing too good one these realted rates). A camera, located 2 km from the launch pad, is tracking the rocket that is fired straight up. When the height of the rocket is 20 km, the camera is rotating at the rate of 1/200
asked by Tracy on November 2, 2006 
Math
Officer Weihe is in a patrol car sitting 25ft from the highway and observes Jacob in his car approaching. At a particular instant, t seconds, Jacob is x feet down the highway. The line of sight to Jacob makes an angle of theta radians to a perpendicular to
asked by Crain on November 17, 2013 
Calculus
How do you prove area of a circle? Integrate an incremental area dArea = r dr dTheta from r=0 to R, and Theta from zero to 2PI radians. Area= INT INT dTheta rdr dTheta Area= 2PI (1/2 R^2)= PI R^2
asked by Abigail on March 1, 2007 
rate of change
A missile rises vertically from a point on the ground 75,000 feet from a radar station. If the missile is rising at the rate of 16,500 feet per minute at the instant when it is 38,000 feet high, what is the rate of change(in radians per minute) of the
asked by Jen on December 10, 2006 
Calculus
Solve the integral: (1x^2)^(3/2)/x^2 This is what I have so far. I used trig substitution. x=sin theta dx=cos theta dtheta [1(sin^2 theta)^(3/2)]*[cos theta dtheta]/(sin^2 theta) [(cos^3 theta)]*[cos theta dtheta]/(sin^2 theta) (cos^4 theta)/(sin^2
asked by Mike on September 23, 2018 
math
Evaluate the integral upper limit 7pi/4 and lower limit 5pi/4 of 10 csc theta cot theta dtheta
asked by gita on September 10, 2013 
More related rates.
Heyy, its me again. So last night I asked a related rate question, and I think I still don't get it. I tried it a few differnt ways and I think I'm just missing something...I don't think a speed of a rocket can be 0.018km/hr:S. So heres what happened: A
asked by Tracy on November 3, 2006 
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
If the hands on a clocktower's clock are 2ft and 3ft long, how fast is the distance between the tips of the hands of the clock changing at 9:20? I know that the derivative of the minute hand is pi/30 rad/min and derivative of the hour hand is pi/360
asked by nico on November 11, 2012 
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;)
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 
calc
If D is the solid region in the first octant bounded above by the paraboloid z = 1 − x2 − y2 and below by the xyplane, the volume of D is: so i set this up integrating over dz dr dtheta and got pi/2 but the answer i spi/8
asked by rebecca on December 7, 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 
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 
differentiate
A = 1/2 ab Sinè How is dA/dt related to da/dt, db/dt and dè/dt dA/dt= 1/2 b SinTheta da/dt + 1/2 a SinTheta db/dt + 1/2 ab cosTheta dTheta/dt This is a U = xyz form dU/dt= xy dz/dt + ...
asked by Jen on December 9, 2006 
trig
Write each identity expression in terms of:1. cos theta= a. sin^2theta  sec^2theta1 2. tan theta= a. sec theta over sin theta minus sec theta over cosecant theta.
asked by sansan on October 20, 2008 
Calculus 12th grade (double check my work please)
1.) which of the following represents dy/dx when y=e^2x Sec(3x)? A.3e^2x sec(3x) tan (3x)2e^2x Sec(3x)
asked by anon on March 7, 2011 
Calculus PLEASE check my work ,
1.) which of the following represents dy/dx when y=e^2x Sec(3x)? A.3e^2x sec(3x) tan (3x)2e^2x Sec(3x)
asked by anon on March 12, 2011 
Math
if sin theta =1/2 and cos theta= √(3)/2. find tha values of tan theta, cot theta and csc. This question didn't ask for sec, but i am just curious what the answer for sec, can someone show me the answer for sec
asked by anonymous on March 7, 2019 
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 24, 2016 
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 
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 
physics
How do you calculate radial force? Just to qualify, I am given a radial acceleration. If you are given the component of the acceleration in the radial direction, then you need to multiply that by the mass. If you are given the time dependence of the
asked by Sam on November 21, 2006 
Math
solve sin(theta)=1 for all real values of (theta) I don't understand but by following the example in my book; sec(theta)=1 from the pattern of the secant function, sec(theta)=1 if theta=pi*n, where n is an odd integer. There is no example of sin.
asked by House on October 2, 2008 
Calculus
Two sides of a triangle have constant lengths a and b, and the angle between them is theta. What value of theta will maximize the area of the triangle? so far i have the formula and the derivative. A=.5absin(theta) A'=.5abcos(theta) then i set the
asked by Nathaniel on October 26, 2008 
mathcalc
Two sides of a triangle have constant lengths a and b, and the angle between them is theta. What value of theta will maximize the area of the triangle? so far i have the formula and the derivative. A=.5absin(theta) A'=.5abcos(theta) then i set the
asked by Nathaniel on October 26, 2008 
Math (Right Triangle Trig)
Suppose tan(theta)=5/7 and theta belongs to Quadrant III, find the exact value of sec(theta)? I already took the steps to solve this problem but I am confused if whether or not sec(theta)is positive or negative sqrt(74)/7 Any help is greatly appreciated!
asked by Giovanni on June 5, 2016 
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 
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 February 28, 2013 
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 
Math
Fin the value of Theta if sec theta=3 I inverted the value of sec theta to get cos theta=1/3 I then said Theta=cos1 (1/3) Is thus correct? What is the answer rounded to the tenths place?
asked by Maddy on February 18, 2015 
math
n 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 ibsa on March 28, 2019 
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 23, 2017 
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 
Precalculus
Solve for the equation in the given domain. (tan theta)(sec theta)=tan theta theta E{real numbers of degrees} BY THE WAY, REMIND ME IF THIS IS THE CORRECT WAY TO FIND THE ANGLE OF... sec theta=2 To find the angle do you set it up like this?? 1/(cos^1)(2)
asked by Anonymous on November 17, 2013 
Precalculus check answers help!
1.) Find an expression equivalent to sec theta sin theta cot theta csc theta. tan theta csc theta sec theta ~ sin theta 2.) Find an expression equivalent to cos theta/sin theta . tan theta cot theta ~ sec theta csc theta 3.) Simplify (tan^2 theta +
asked by Kelsey on May 28, 2012 
Precalculus check answers help!
1.) Find an expression equivalent to sec theta sin theta cot theta csc theta. tan theta csc theta sec theta ~ sin theta 2.) Find an expression equivalent to cos theta/sin theta . tan theta cot theta ~ sec theta csc theta 3.) Simplify (tan^2 theta +
asked by Kelsey on May 30, 2012 
precalc
prove the identity: (tan theta)/(csc theta) + 1/(sec theta)= sec theta
asked by leslie on December 7, 2008 
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 17, 2008 
I dont think drawing a picture will help me drwls
Which expression is equivalent to tan thetasec theta/sin theta? A)cot theta B)cot theta C)tan thetacot theta D)tan thetasec^2theta just tell me what I need to know to set it up
asked by Jon on February 14, 2008 
Trigonometric Functions
Determine the Value of all six trigonometric functions of theta when given? I need help. This is for my midterm review, if anyone is willing to help, I'd appreciate it. a) sin theta= 3/5 and theta is in quadrant 1. b) tan theta= 2 and theta is in quadrant
asked by Mike on January 6, 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
1.) Find the derivative of tan (sec x). 2.) Find the derivative if 1/x in four ways, using the limit process, power rule, quotient rule and implicit differentiation. 3.) Show that the derivative of sec^1 x is 1/(x*sqrt(x^2 1)). 4. Find the derivative
asked by Anonymous on February 24, 2015 
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 
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 23, 2009 
trig
Which expression is equivalent to tan theta  sec theta/sin theta? A)cot theta B)cot theta C)tan thetacot theta D)tan thetasec^2theta
asked by Sha on November 15, 2008 
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 
trig
in proving trigonometric identities if sec theta  tan theta sin theta is equal to cos theta. what is the correct answer?
asked by mien on February 1, 2012 
PreCalc
if (0,7) lies on the terminal side of angle theta in standard position, find each value sec(theta) , cot(theta) and sin(theta)
asked by Purplechick4 on February 6, 2012 
Precalc PLEASE HELP!
Calculate the exact values of the cot(theta) and sin(theta) for the acute angle theta if sec(theta)= the square root of 6. Thank you so much!
asked by Jill on December 9, 2011 
PreCalc/Math
if (0,7) lies on the terminal side of angle theta in standard position, find each value sec(theta) , cot(theta) and sin(theta)
asked by Purplechick4 on February 7, 2012 
trig
if (0,7) lies on the terminal side of angle theta in standard position, find each value sec(theta) , cot(theta) and sin(theta)
asked by Laura on February 6, 2012 
math
write each expression in terms of sine and cosine: csc^3 theta/cot theta * tan^2 theta/sec^2 theta
asked by anonymous on February 7, 2013 
Trigonometry
Let (7,3) be a point on the terminal side of theta. Find the exact values of cos of theta, sec of theta and cot of theta?
asked by Anna on March 20, 2014 
Math Trig
Let theta be an angle in quad III such that sec theta = 13/5. Find the exact values of cot theta and sin theta? Thank you!!!
asked by Uzi on December 5, 2014 
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 
math
Let theta be an angle in quadrant IV such that sin(theta)=(2)/(5). Find the exact values of sec(theta) and tan(theta).
asked by Cody on August 3, 2018 
Trig
Let (theta) be an angle in quadrant II such that sec(theta) 4/3 . Find the exact values of cot (theta) and sin (theta).
asked by Johnny on May 11, 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 
math
a sec theta + b tan theta =c and p sec theta + q sec theta = r then eliminate theta
asked by aryan on August 25, 2017 
calculus
let theta be an angle of quadrant IV such that sin theta = 8/9 find the exact value of sec theta and cot theta?
asked by JOHNNY on January 14, 2020 
trig
find an expression equivalent to sec theta sin theta cot theta csc theta
asked by Anonymous on December 8, 2011 
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 9, 2012 
trig
how do you find algebraically the measure of the obtuse angle, to the nearest degree, that satisfies the equation 3 sec theta = 5 is it sec theta = 5/3 and then cos 1 (5/8) = 0.4
asked by Anonymous on June 11, 2014 
Calculus
Interval 4sec(theta)(sec(theta)+tan(theta))d(theta) can someone help me start his problem?
asked by Agnes on March 20, 2008 
precal
Find the value of sec theta for angle theta in standard position if the point at (–2, –4) lies on its terminal side. If 0° lessthanorequalto x lessthanorequalto 360°, solve the equation sec x = –2. The terminal side of an angle theta in standard
asked by hannah on November 17, 2010 
Calculus
sec theta 5 need to find cos theta cot theta cot (90theta) sin theta not sure what to do completely confused on this stuff
asked by Cindy on February 18, 2013 
math
How to solve for delta using trig functions? i.e. cosine sine tangent secant Thank you I'm not sure what delta you're referring to. Could you please elaborate some for us. What is it you're trying to do with the trig funtions? the problem is.. limit sec
asked by Kali on September 6, 2006 
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 29, 2012 
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
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 March 31, 2013 
Calculus 1A
I am trying to find: dy/dx for y = sec(tan x) I have the answer, but I have no idea how to get there. I know that the derivative of sec x = sec x tan x and that the derivative of tan x is sec^2 x. But sec doesn't have an x, so ...?
asked by Mary on March 26, 2013 
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 
trig
(sec theta + cosec theta) (sin theta +cos theta) = 2 + sec theta cosec theta
asked by Jancy on August 20, 2011 
trig
sin(theta)cos(theta)sec(theta)csc(theta) How do I simplify
asked by stacey graham on May 5, 2010 
Trigonometry
Prove sin theta ( sec theta+ csc theta)= tan theta+1
asked by Mark on September 7, 2015 
trig
Given Tangent theta = 5 on 4 and cos theta >0, find sine theta and sec theta
asked by Ruby on June 4, 2011 
Pre calculaus
find sin theta and cos theta if cot theta = 3/7 and sec theta is < 0
asked by Shi on March 3, 2020 
,math
show that sec theta(cosec theta)  cot theta = tan theta
asked by tanya on May 3, 2013 
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 
Calculus (fixed the typo )
A line rotates in a horizontal plane according to the equation theta=2t^3 6t,where theta is the angular position of the rotating line, in radians ,and t is the time,in seconds. Determine the angular acceleration when t=2sec. A.) 6 radians per sec^2 B.) 12
asked by anon on March 12, 2011 
Physics
A bicycle starts at the origin of a circular track that has a circumference of 126 m and travels at a constant speed a distance s = 38.0 m in a time t = 12s. a)what is the angular displacement (in rad) of the bicycle from its starting position? r=20.1 so
asked by Anderson on April 16, 2007 
Calculus
How do I find the critical values? y= 4/x + tan(πx/8) What I did is I simplified it to y= 4x^1 + tan(πx/8) then I took the derivative y'= 4x^2 + (π/8)(sec(πx/8))^2 Then I simplied it y'= 4/x^2 + (π/8)(sec(πx/8))^2 then I found a common denomiator
asked by John on September 24, 2013 
calculus
A searchlight rotates at a rate of 4 revolutions per minute.? The beam hits a wall located 13 miles away and produces a dot of light that moves horizontally along the wall. How fast (in miles per hour) is this dot moving when the angle between the beam and
asked by saud on October 30, 2011 
calculus
A searchlight rotates at a rate of 4 revolutions per minute.? The beam hits a wall located 13 miles away and produces a dot of light that moves horizontally along the wall. How fast (in miles per hour) is this dot moving when the angle between the beam and
asked by saud on October 30, 2011 
Calculus
Differentiate to find critical numbers and leave function in fully factored form. g(x) = (x^2+1)^5(x^2+2)^6 g'(x) = (x^2+1)^5[6(x^2+2)^5(2x)] + (x^2+2)^6[5(x^2+1)^4(2x)] g'(x) = 2x(x^2+1)^4(x^2+2)^5[6(x^2+2)(2x) + 5(x^2+1)(2x)] g'(x) =
asked by Justin on October 14, 2015 
math
if sec theta  tan theta ÷sec theta +tan theta = 1÷4 ,find sin theta
asked by aara on October 31, 2016 
Algebra II
Verify that (sec theta/sin theta)(cot theta/csc theta) = csc theta is an identity. Thanks
asked by Lucy on April 19, 2008 
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 
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 
Trig.
I'm trouble solving for theta. Any help is appreciated. 0.73377324 = sin(theta)/cos(theta)
asked by James on October 9, 2012 
Trig
suppose tan theta equal 4 and theta lies in the third quadrant. find the values of sec theta
asked by Broskie on September 13, 2013 
trig
Let be an angle in quadrant II such that sec(theta) 4/3 . Find the exact values of cot (theta) and sin (theta).
asked by Johnny on May 11, 2011 
trig
what is the correct answer in proving trigonometric identities if tan theta / sin theta = sec theta
asked by mien on February 2, 2012 
trig
what is the correct answer in proving trigonometric identities if tan theta/sin theta = sec theta
asked by mien on February 2, 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 22, 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 21, 2016 
trig 26
simplify to a constant or trig func. 1. sec ²utan ²u/cos ²v+sin ²v change expression to only sines and cosines. then to a basic trig function. 2. sin(theta)  tan(theta)*cos(theta)+ cos(pi/2  theta) 3. (sec y  tan y)(sec y + tan y)/ sec y combine
asked by hilde on March 14, 2010 
Trig
How do I solve the following? sec 3 theta/2 = 2 on the interval 0
asked by Katie on March 14, 2010