cos x 1/2 x lies in the third quadrant find the other five trigonometery functions
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PreCal
Find sin 2x, cos 2x, and tan 2x from the given information. [1]. sin x = 8/17, x in Quadrant I 1). sin 2x =________. 2). cos 2x =________. 3). tan 2x =________. [2]. sin x = 5/13, x in Quadrant III 1). sin 2x =________. 2). cos 2x =________. 3). tan 2x

Trigonometry
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Math
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Pre calc
evaluate the expression under the given conditions. cos(θ − ϕ); cos(θ) = 5/13, θ in Quadrant IV, tan(ϕ) = − square root15,ϕ in Quadrant II Anyone know how to do this I have never been this confused in my life

trig
The terminal side of θ lies on a given line in the specified quadrant. Find the values of the six trigonometric functions of θ by finding a point on the line. Line: (55/48)x Quadrant:III sin(θ)= cos(θ)= tan(θ)= csc(θ)= sec(θ)= cot(θ)=

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trig
the terminal side of an angle theta in standard position coincides with the line y=5x and lies in quadrant 3. find the six trigonometric functions of theta.

Math
Find the exact value of cos(u + v) ) given that sin u= 9/41 cos nu= 15/17 . (Both u and v are in Quadrant II.)

trig
Angle θ lies in the second quadrant, and sin θ = 3/5. Find cos θ and tan θ.

Trig
1. Given Sin(A) = ⅗ and Cos(B) = 8/17 in Quadrant I, find Sin(A+B). a) 24/80 [b)] 84/85 c) 60/80 d) 60/85 Find Cos(A+B). a) 32/80 b) 45/85 c) 13/80 [d)] 13/85 Find Tan(A+B) a) 0.8 [b)] 1.72 c) 4.21 d) 6.46 I keep getting an 1.61 answer but that

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Determine the quadrant in which each angle lies. (The angle measure is given in radians.) 1. (5π/6) a) first quadrant b) second quadrant c) third quadrant d) fourth quadrant i think it is a) 2. (5π/3) a) first quadrant b) second quadrant c) third

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math
given that csc(theta) =3 and cos(theta)>0, find the remaining 5 trigonometric functions of theta. i have my triangle graphed in the fourth quadrant but I'm getting confused because of the negatives...

Pre Calculus
Determine the quadrant in which an angle, θ, lies if θ = 5.40 radians. a. 4th quadrant b. 3rd quadrant c. 2nd quadrant d. 1st quadrant

Pre Calculus
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Trigonometry
Sin A =1/2 and Cos B=12/13 where A lies in 1 quadrant and B lies in 3 quadrant. Then find tan(ab).

Trig
Angle a lies in quadrant 2, and tan(a)= (12/5). Angle B lies in quadrant 4, and cos(B)= (3/5). What is the exact value of sin(a+B) ?

Math
The given angle is in standard position. Determine the quadrant in which the angle lies. 25° A. Quadrant III B. Quadrant II C. Quadrant IV D. Quadrant I

Calculus (Area Between Curves)
Find the area of the region IN THE FIRST QUADRANT (upper right quadrant) bounded by the curves y=sin(x)cos(x)^2, y=2xcos(x^2) and y=44x. You get: a.)1.8467 b.) 0.16165 c.) 0.36974 d.) 1.7281 e.) 0.37859

Grade 12 Trigonometry
Angle a lies in the second quadrant and angle b lies in the third quadrant such that cos(a)=3/5 and tan(b)=24/7. Determine an exact value for a) cos(a+b) b) sin(ab) c) sin2a

math
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trig
Given that sin = 3/5 and lies in quadrant II, find the following value. cos

trig
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Pre Calc
Find cos 2A if tan A=5/12 and

Pre Calculus
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advanced functions
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math
The terminal side of theta is in Quadrant III and lies on the line y = 2x. What are the 6 trig functions?

Trigonometry
If sinA=3/5 and cosB=5/13 and if A and B are measures of two angles in Quadrant I, find the exact value of the following functions. cotB = sin2A= 3)cos(5pi/6 + B) = tan(A  pi/4) =

math
In which quadrant does the angle Θ lie given that Cos Θ > 0 and tan Θ > 0? A. Quadrant I B. Quadrant II C. Quadrant III D. Quadrant IV B?

maths
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math
For the system of linear equations below, use graphing to determine in which quadrant the solution lies. x+2y=2 2x+y=14 Quadrant III Quadrant I Quadrant II Quadrant IV

PreCal
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math(please help urgent)
1) Find the values (if possible) of the six trigonometric functions of o if the terminal side of o lies on the given line in the specified quadrant. y=1/3x 2)Evaluate (if possible)the sine, cosine, and tangent of the angles without a calculator. (a)

trig
Consider the angle in standard position whose measure is radians. The terminal side of this angle is in the third quadrant and lies on the line given by y=10x. Find sin and cos.

math
trigonometric functions/ radians the angle Ə is in the first quadrant, and cos Ə = 2/√5 a) draw a diagram to show the angle in standard position and a point P on its terminal arm b) determine possible coordinates for P

precalculus
Find cos(a+b). sin a = 3/5, a lies in Quadrant I, and cos b = 12/13, b lies in Quadrant I.

Pre Calc
Find cos 2A if tan A = 5/12 and

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

precalculus
sinθ=12/13, θ lies in quadrant II. Find the exact value of sin2θ, cos 2θ, tan2θ

Precalculus
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Math
Please check my answers! : The ordered pair (3, 7) is located in which quadrant on the Cartesian plane? A. Quadrant I B. Quadrant II C. Quadrant III*** D. Quadrant IV Point (0, 3) lies A. on the xaxis*** B. on the yaxis C. in Quadrant III D. in

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.

Algebra 2
Can someone help me figure these out? I think if someone can explain how to do one of them then I'll be able to do the other. please and thank you. Suppose θ is an angle in standard position whose terminal side is in the given quadrant. For each function,

Trig
Find cos(s+t) if cos s= 1/2 and sin t= 3/5, s and t are in quadrant II. I got the answer to be 4/10 plus 3sqrt(3)/10. Is that right? Then a second problem was find sin (s+t) if sin s=2/3 and sin t=1/3, sin is in quadrant II and t in quadrant IV. I got

mth, trig
Given cos a=7/25 in quadrant II , and sin b=12/13, in quadrant IV , find cos(a+b) and sin2a

Trig
I'm trying to find out which quadrant some trigonometric functions lie in. The problem is one of them is equal to zero, and zero is neither positive or negative. How do I determine which quadrant it belongs in then???

Trig
the sine of an angle is 0.6. the constraint is the angle lies in quadrant II. how do I figure out what x is to solve the six functions?

Trigonometry
Suppose *u* is a quadrant IV angle with cos(u) = 3/5. Suppose *v* is a quadrant IV angle with cos(v) = 12/13. Find the exact value of sin(uv) I have gotten to sin120cos150  sin150cos120 but I am not sure I am correct up to that point and I don't know

Calculus
A point P in the first quadrant lies on the parabola y=x^2. Express the coordinates of P as functions of the angle of inclination of the line joining p to the origin. I honestly don't think my math teacher explained this at all. Please help. Thank you very

Trig
Find sin(x+y), cos(xy), tan(x+y), and the quadrant of (x+y) if sinx= 1/4, cosy= 4/5, with x and y in quadrant 3.

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

math
1) Determine the quadrant in which Q lies. a) sec Q > 0 and cot Q < 0 I know that sec is in quadrant 4 and cot is in 3. Now how do I find the quadrant? b) csc Q < 0 and tan Q > 0 csc is in quadrant 2 and tan is 3.

PreCalculus
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Trigonometry
Write equivalent equations in the form of inverse functions for a.)x=y+cos è b.)cosy=x^2 (can you show how you would solve) a.) x= y+ cos è cos è = xy theta = cos^1(xy) b.) cosy=x^2 cos(y) = x^2 y = Cos^1(x^2)

algebra
cos x 1/2 x lies in the third quadrant find the other five trigonometery functions

trig
Find cos(a=b). sin a = 3/5, a lies in Quadrant II, and cos b = 5/13, b lies in Quadrant I.

precalculus
find the values of the requested trig functions using the given value and quadrant in which the point corresponding to the angle lies. quadrant II; sinθ=4/5 find cosθ and tan θ

trig
angle x lies in quadrant 3 and cos(x)=.6. Find cos(3pi/2x)

Math
If angle x lies in quadrant 3 and cos(x)= 0.6 Find cos(3pi/2x)

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Find sin è/2 for cos è = 1/4 and è lies in Quadrant I.

Precalculus
The terminal side of theta lies on a given line in the specified quadrant. Find the values of the six trigonometric functions of theta by finding a point on the line. y= 3/2x in quadrant 4

Precalculus
The terminal side of theta lies on a given line in the specified quadrant. Find the values of the six trigonometric functions of theta by finding a point on the line. y= 3/2x in quadrant 4

Precalculus
The terminal side of theta lies on a given line in the specified quadrant. Find the values of the six trigonometric functions of theta by finding a point on the line. y= 3/2x in quadrant 4

Calculus
Use the given information to find the cos (2,0), csc q = 5/3, q lies in n quadrant II How would I go about doing this

Pre Calculus
Determine the quadrant in which a 130° angle lies. a. 4th quadrant b. 1st quadrant c. 3rd quadrant d. 2nd quadrant

trig
find the remaining 5 trigometric functions of x cos x = 1/5, x in quadrant 1

calculus
Use the given information to find the exact value of the expression: Find cos(2, q),csc q = q lies in quadrant II 7/25 24/25 7/25 24/25

trig
Find the values of the trigonmeric functions of t from the given information cos t = 4/5 terminal point of t is in quadrant III

Precalculus
Determine the values of the trigonometric functions of t if P(t) lies in the second quadrant and on the line y = −2x.

Math
Use identities to find the exact values at A for the remaining five trigonometric functions Cos(A)= (sqr of 3, then divided by 6) and A is in the third quadrant

math b
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trig
can someone please help me with this problem. i'm doing my review right now and i'm stuck? Find cos(s + t) given that cos s = 1/3, with s in quadrant 1, and sin t = 1/2, with t in quadrant 4.

Algebra 2
Can someone help me figure these out? I think if someone can explain how to do one of them then I'll be able to do the other. please and thank you. Suppose θ is an angle in standard position whose terminal side is in the given quadrant. For each function,

math
If sinθ=7/13 and cosθ=12/13 find tan θ and cot θ Use Pythagorean Identities to find sin θ and tan θ if cos θ =24/25 if the terminal side of θ lies in the third quadrant.

Math homework help
Use half angle identities to find exact value. Given tan theta = sqrt 2 / 2 and theta lies in quadrant IV, find cos theta / 2.

Precalc/Trig
If cot(a)=3 and sin(b)= (15/17) where a being alpha lies in quadrant 3 and b being beta lies in quadrant 2, what is the exact value of sin(2a)

PreCalculus
Given Tan(A) = 5 in Quadrant III and Sin(B) = ⅔ in Quadrant II, find Cos(AB).

Trig
Given Tan(A) = 5 in Quadrant III and Sin(B) = ⅔ in Quadrant II, find Cos(AB).

Please help!!!)
If sin(x) = /45 and cos(y) = 5/13 with both x and y terminating in quadrant 1 find the exact value of cos(xy) cos(4/5  5/13) Is this what I would do?

math
If sin(x) = /45 and cos(y) = 5/13 with both x and y terminating in quadrant 1 find the exact value of cos(xy) cos(4/5  5/13) Is this what I would do?

Math
If sin(x) = /45 and cos(y) = 5/13 with both x and y terminating in quadrant 1 find the exact value of cos(xy) cos(4/5  5/13) Is this what I would do?

Plane Trigonometry
tan A=4/5;A in Quadrant 2 and cos B=5/13: B in Quadrant 3. What is the exact value of the expression cos(A+B)?

another precal
i have two questions for you to check please! 6cos^2x+5cosx4=0 where 0degrees < or equal to 0 which is < or equal to 360. I got that this factors to (3x+4)(2x1) so the answer is x= 4/3 and x= 1/2 ?? right? and the second question: determine sin2theta,

Math!!!
angle x is in the second quadrant and angel y is in the first quadrant and angle y is in the first quardrant such that sin x=5/13 and cos y = 3/5. Determine and exact value for cos x.

Math
Find the exact value of the trig expression given that sin u = 5/13 and cos v = 4/5. u and v are in the second quadrant. cos(v  u)

Math
If sin(x) = 4/5 and cos(y) = 5/13 with both x and y terminating in quadrant 1 find the exact value of cos(xy) I know that the denominator will be 65

Math (Precalculus)
I have no idea how to do these problems: Given that U and V are in Quadrant II and sinU = 3/5 and secv = ã13/3, find: A) cos 2U B) sin (v/2) c) cos(U+V)

PreCal
Suppose that cosx= 3/5 and x is in the third quadrant, and that siny= 2/9 and y is in the second quadrant. Find the exact values 1). tan(y/2) 2). cos(x+y) 3). tan(x+y)

Calc
Find the exact total of the areas bounded by the following functions: f(x) = sinx g(x) = cosx x = 0 x = 2pi I set my calculator to graph on the xaxis as a 2pi scale. The two functions appear to cross three times between x = 0 and 2pi. (including 2pi) Now,

PreCal
[Note: This one... is super hard for me :( I really need help. please. I only have 2 hours left and I have no idea what I'm doing!! Suppose that cosx= 3/5 and x is in the third quadrant, and that siny= 2/9 and y is in the second quadrant. Find the exact

CALCULUS
If cos(t)=–7/9, find the values of the following trigonometric functions. Note: Give exact answers, do not use decimal numbers. The answer should be a fraction or an arithmetic expression. a) cos (2t) b) sin (2t) c) cos(1/2) d) sin (1/2) i don't even

Math
If secx = 3, and x lies in quadrant II find tan x/2 √2 or √3/3?

maths
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Alg 2/trig
I have the answers to the question, but I have no on how to get the answers. State the quadrant in which theta lies. Cos X < 0 and Sin X > 0 (Answer is 2) Tan X < 0 and Sin X < 0 (Answer is 4) Cos X > 0 and Tan X > 0 (Answer is 1) Cot X < 0 and Sec X < 0

PreCalculus
Given Sin(A) = ⅗ and Cos(B) = 8/17 in Quadrant I, find Cos(A+B).

PreCalc
what is the cot of theta if the cos of theta = 4/9 and theta lies in quadrant IV