
Algebra 2
Find the values of the inverse function in radians. sin^1(0.65) a. 0.71+2pi n and 0.71+2pi n b. 0.71+2pi n and 3.85+2pi n c. 0.86+2pi n and 0.86 +2pi n d. 0.61+2pi n and 2.54+2pi n 2. tan^1(0.09) a.0.09+2pi n b. no such angle exists c.1.48+ pi n d.
asked by Fading on May 21, 2017 
Math
Can I please get some help on these questions: 1. How many solutions does the equation,2sin^2 2 θ = sin2θ have on the interval [0, 2pi]? 4? ...what about 4cos2θ = 8cos^2 2θ? 2. True or False: sin^2 4x = 1 has 8 solutions on the interval [0, 2pi]?
asked by mysterychicken on June 2, 2013 
Calculus help??
I'm not sure how to solve this and help would be great! d/dx [definite integral from 0 to x of (2pi*u) du] is: a. 0 b. 1/2pi sin x c. sin(2pi x) d. cos (2pi x) e. 2pi cos (2pi x) This is the fundamental theorem, right? What's confusing me is the u and du
asked by ashley on April 28, 2015 
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,
asked by Sarah on April 21, 2007 
Algebra2
Find the values of the inverse function in radians. 1. sin^1(0.65)? answer choices: a. 0.71+2pi n and 0.71+2pi n b. 0.71+2pi n and 3.85+2pi n c. 0.86+2pi n and 0.86 +2pi n d. 0.61+2pi n and 2.54+2pi n My answer is B
asked by Steve on May 2, 2017 
math
find all solution to the equation 3 cos(x+4)=1. in the interval of 0
asked by alicia otto on March 26, 2016 
Trig
Find all solutions of the equation in the interval [0,2pi) 2 cos^2 xcos x = 0 2cos^2 + cosx + 0 (x+1/2) (x+0/2) (2x+1) (x+0) 1/2,0 2Pi/3, 4pi/3, pi/2, 3pi/2 my teacher circled pi/2 and 3pi/2 What did I do wrong? I don't understand...
asked by Anonymous on April 10, 2017 
Math
For questions 2 and 3, use a calculator to find the values of the inverse function in radians. sin^1(0.65) 0.71 + 2pi n and –0.71 + 2 pi n 0.71 + 2 pi n and –3.85 + 2 pi n 0.86 + 2pi n and –0.86 + 2pi n –0.61 + 2pi n and 2.54 + 2 pi n
asked by Harry on June 16, 2018 
calc
i did this problem and it isn't working out, so i think i'm either making a dumb mistake or misunderstanding what it's asking. A particle moves along the x axis so that its velocity at any time t greater than or equal to 0 is given by v(t) = 1 
asked by jane on April 2, 2009 
Calculus AP  Volume of Revolution
Hi. I have a few calculus problems that I have to do using the washers and shell method to find out what the volume of the graph rotated is. I'll post one question at a time with my work. The problem is, I should be getting the same answer for the problem
asked by Kira on March 5, 2007 
mathPLEASE CHECK
Find the surface area and volume of each of the following figures: d.Right circular cylinder v=pir^2h pi(3)(3)(6) pi(54) v=169.6 cubic cm sa=2pi r^2 + 2pi rh 2pi(3)(3)+2pi(3)(6) 2pi(9)+2pi(18) 56+113=169 Sa=169 square cm is this right???
asked by crystal on May 16, 2010 
Precalculus
Solve for x given the interval of [0,2pi). cos^2x=2+2sinx I got (3pi)/2 or 270 degrees.. By the way, does the notation [0,2pi) mean 0
asked by Anonymous on May 4, 2014 
Precalculus
Solve for x given the interval of [0,2pi). cos^2x=2+2sinx I got (3pi)/2 or 270 degrees.. By the way, does the notation [0,2pi) mean 0
asked by Anonymous on May 5, 2014 
trig
Solve cos x1 = sin^2 x Find all solutions on the interval [0,2pi) a. x=pi, x=pi/2, x= 2pi/3 b. x=3pi/7, x=pi/2, x=2pi/3 c. x=3pi/7, x=3pi/2, x=3pi/2 d. x=pi, x=pi/2, x=3pi/2
asked by Anonymous on May 23, 2012 
ms sue! Algebra help
What are the graphs of y = cos x and y = sec x in the interval from 2pi to 2pi?
asked by Anny on May 12, 2015 
trig
I need to find all solutions of the given equations for the indicated interval. Round solutions to three decimal places if necessary. 1.) 3sin(x)+1=0, x within [0,2pi) 2.) 2sin(sq'd)(x)+cos(x)1=0, x within R 3.) 4sin(sq'd)(x)4sin(x)1=0, x within R 4.)
asked by Emily on June 21, 2009 
Trig help
1. What is the period of the function? y = 4 cos pi x A. 1 B. 2 C. pi D. 2pi 2. Which represents the reference angle for 2pi/3? A. 2pi/3 B. pi/3 C. pi/4 D. pi/6
asked by Kirky on May 13, 2014 
Math
3. find the four angles that define the fourth root of z1=1+ sqrt3*i z = 2 * (1/2 + i * sqrt(3)/2) z = 2 * (cos(pi/3 + 2pi * k) + i * sin(pi/3 + 2pi * k)) z = 2 * (cos((pi/3) * (1 + 6k)) + i * sin((pi/3) * (1 + 6k))) z^(1/4) = 2^(1/4) * (cos((pi/12) * (1 +
asked by Anonymous on January 28, 2014 
Integration by Parts
integral from 0 to 2pi of isin(t)e^(it)dt. I know my answer should be pi. **I pull i out because it is a constant. My work: let u=e^(it) du=ie^(it)dt dv=sin(t) v=cos(t) i integral sin(t)e^(it)dt= e^(it)cos(t)+i*integral cost(t)e^(it)dt do integration by
asked by Ashley on April 16, 2015 
Math
The graph of f(x), a trigonometric function, and the graph of g(x) = c intersect at n points over the interval 0
asked by Max on March 19, 2018 
math
Find all solutions to the equation tan(t)=1/tan (t) in the interval 0
asked by alicia otto on March 26, 2016 
precalculus
z1=[cos pi/4 +sin pi/4] z2= [cos 2pi+sin 2pi] z1= sqrt 5 solve. how do you do this? substitute z1 and do what?
asked by DF on March 17, 2015 
Pre calculus/ Advanced Functions
Samuel is investigating the rate of change of the function f(x) = cos x on the interval xE[0, 2pi]. He notices that the graph of f(x) passes through the xaxis at pi/2. He also determines the instantaneous rate of change at x = 0, pi and 2pi by inspection.
asked by Anonymous on June 9, 2015 
Calculus
Let A denote the portion of the curve y = sqrt(x) that is between the lines x = 1 and x = 4. 1) Set up, don't evaluate, 2 integrals, one in the variable x and one in the variable y, for the length of A. My Work: for x: âˆ«[4,1] sqrt(1+(dy/dx)^2) dy/dx =
asked by Daisy on January 25, 2017 
Physics check
A performer, seated on a trapeze, is swinging back and forth with a period of 9.55 s. If she stands up, thus raising the center of mass of the trapeze + performer system by 20.0 cm, what will be the new period of the system? Treat trapeze + performer as a
asked by COFFEE on April 12, 2007 
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 7, 2014 
Trig
Find all the solutions in the interval [0,2pi). 2sin2x  sqrt(2) = 0 sin2x = sqrt(2)/2 I'm confused by the double angle. Please help.
asked by Travis on December 2, 2008 
math
Hello there, im doing an equation and its mind boggling me badly so i want to see if im doing something wrong or not. It goes like this: sinx  Squareroot of 3/2 > 0 x € [0,2pi) i start by moving the sqroot of 3.. so i have sinx >sq3/2. as of that my
asked by paul on April 29, 2014 
algebra
i need someone to explain to me how i got this answer...i know the answer but i need an explanation to the problem... C=2pi(r) the answer is r=C/2pi...i need someone to explain it to me..thank you C = 2pi(r) Divide both sides by 2pi C/2pi = r > r =
asked by logan on August 16, 2007 
Maths
Eq of curve is y=b sin^2(pi.x/a). Find mean value for part of curve where x lies between b and a. I have gone thus far y=b[1cos(2pi x/a)/2]/2 Integral y from a to b=b/2(ba)ab/4pi[sin(2pi b/a)sin2pi) MV=b/2[ab sin(2pi b/a)]/(ba) Ans given is b/a. I
asked by MS on September 4, 2013 
Solving Trig Equations
Solve for x in the interval [pi,0] a) sin^2x = 3/4 I know that you have +root3/2 and root3/2 and the positive one gives you an error when doing the inverse of sin, but im confused about the root3/2. I found that one of the answers of x is pi/3 (60
asked by Mandy on November 27, 2015 
Math
1. On the interval [0, 2pi] what are the solutions to the equation sin3xcos2x = cos3xsin2x + 1? pi/10 and pi/2? 2. What is the value of tan75degrees? √(3) + 1)/(1  √(3))? 3. Value of cos(130degrees)cos(130degrees) + sin(10degrees)sin(10degrees)? Not
asked by mysterychicken on June 3, 2013 
math (trig)
For the following value of cos 0, determine the rad value of 0 for pi < 0 < 2pi (greater than or equal to pi and 2pi) 1/2 I don't understand I found out that the inner circle val is pi over 3. But I can't work out how to find 0
asked by Laura on January 28, 2018 
trig
Find all real numbers in the interval [0,2pi) that satisfy the equation. cos^2 x+2 cos x+1 = 0
asked by Trig on July 4, 2013 
Math
Find the solutions for this equation in the interval [0, 2pi). cos^3 x = cos x Are they 0 and pi?
asked by Anonymous on October 18, 2015 
Precal
How do you find all the polar coordinates of P=(1, 2pi/3)? I've read that you're supposed to add 2pi to find the coterminals but when I do that I get different answers then in the book. The book answer is (1, 2pi/3+ (2n+ 1) pi) and (1, 2pi/3+ 2npi).
asked by Mayhem on February 25, 2012 
PreCalculus
Can someone please explain on how to solve this equation so I can do the others that are similar to this one? Find the solutions of the equations that are in the interval [0,2pi) cos x cot^2 x= cos x Thank you!
asked by Anonymous on May 9, 2015 
Math
Let A denote the portion of the curve y = sqrt(x) that is between the lines x = 1 and x = 4. 1) Set up, don't evaluate, 2 integrals, one in the variable x and one in the variable y, for the length of A. My Work: for x: integral[4,1] sqrt(1+(dy/dx)^2) dy/dx
asked by Daisy on January 25, 2017 
math
Find all solutions.In the interval (0, 2pi} of cos(2x)  2 cos(x) = 1
asked by Anonymous on September 12, 2018 
Algebra 2
A sound wave is modeled with the equation y= 1/4 cos2pi/3 theta. a. Find the period. Explain your method. b. Find the amplitude. Explain your method. c. What is the equation of the midline? What does it represent? a) Period: 2pi/b 3 units T= 2pi/2pi/3 =
asked by Veronika on February 23, 2016 
pre cal
Find all solutions in the interval[0,2pi),cos x/2sinx=0
asked by kk on July 24, 2011 
Calculus
Hello, I would like to make sure the answers to these questions are correct. 1. Using the shell method, what is the volume of a solid that is generated by rotating the region by y = x^2 and x = y^2 about the x axis. My Work: r = y h = sqrt(y)  y^2 2pi
asked by Daisy on January 18, 2017 
calculus
Find circumference of the circle r=2acos theta. s= Int (0 to 2pi) of Sqrt(4a^2cos^2 theta+4a^2sin^2 theta)d theta =Int (0 to 2pi)2a*Int theta d theta =2a(2pi0)=4a*pi Book shows 2a*pi. Am I wrong somewhere?
asked by ms on September 16, 2013 
MATH
Please help me with these problems. Work and answer is appreciated! :) thanks. 1. Find on the interval theta is greater than or equal to 0 and less than 2pi; then find the general solution: 5tantheta+1=2.89 16cos^2theta6=3 6sin^2theta+sintheta=2
asked by gf on November 7, 2007 
Forced Oscillation  drwls => I need your help =)
A 2.00kg object attatched to a spring moves without friction and is driven by an external force given by F= (3.00N)sin(2pi*t) The force constant of the spring is 20N/m. Determine a) period b) amplitude of motion a)T= 2pi/omega T= 2pi/ 2pi= 1s b)A= (Fo/m)/
asked by ~christina~ on February 22, 2008 
Calculus HELP plz
Find the area of the surface obtained by rotating the curve y=sqrt(4x) from x=0 to x=1 about the axis. about the xaxis. surface area= ⌠ 2pi * f(x)*sqrt[1 + (f'(x))^2] dx from a to b ⌡ it's been 45 years since I used that formula. I ended up with the
asked by jimmy on May 12, 2007 
Physics
A 24.00 kg block at rest on a horizontal frictionless air track is connected to the wall via a spring. The equilibrium position of the mass is defined to be at x=0. Somebody pushes the mass to the position x=0.3500 m, then lets it go. The mass undergoes
asked by Liz on November 8, 2014 
PRE CALC PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!
find the solutions of the equation that are in the interval [0,2pi) 2cos^2x=4sin^2(1/2x)
asked by Hayli on November 4, 2010 
trig
determine the solutions for tanxcos^2xtanx=0 in the interval XE[2pi,2pi] Ok, please describe the steps to me that you used to solve this! thank you
asked by Anonymous on April 27, 2009 
Trigonometry
4. Find the exact value for sin(x+y) if sinx=4/5 and cos y = 15/17. Angles x and y are in the fourth quadrant. 5. Find the exact value for cos 165degrees using the halfangle identity. 1. Solve: 2 cos^2x  3 cosx + 1 = 0 for 0 less than or equal to x
asked by Tiffany Enlow on April 10, 2009 
Trigonometry
Use De Moivre's Theorem to write the complex number in trigonometric form (cos(2pi)/7)+ i sin((2pi)/7))^5
asked by O on May 25, 2015 
College Physics
A 7 kg mass hangs on a 10 meter long weightless cord. To the nearest cm, what should the new length of the pendulum be in order that the new frequency be 1.8 times its current value? The correct answer is 309 but I got 250. Heres what I did.. (1/2pi)(sqrt
asked by Sammy on July 13, 2013 
precalculus help
Let z1=2(cos 2pi/3+isin 2pi/3) what are z1^(1/3)? do not even know how to apply demoivre theorem?
asked by jk on March 31, 2015 
trig equations
Find all solutions (if they exist)for the given equation on the interval [0,2pi) cos^2x5sinx+5=0
asked by Elan on March 4, 2015 
Math Trig
Find all solutions on the interval [0,2pi] for the following: 2sin^2(x)5sin(x)=3 cos^2(x)+sin(x)=1
asked by Kelly on March 14, 2011 
trig
Find the exact solutions of the equation in the interval [0,2pi). sin(x/2)+cos(x)=0
asked by Isaac on December 5, 2011 
math
Determine solutions for: tanxcos^2x  tanx = 0 in the interval[2pi, 2pi]
asked by o on November 20, 2009 
RESPONSE to PreCalc Question
h t t p : / / w w w . j i s k h a . c o m / d i s p l a y . c g i ? i d = 1 2 6 7 4 1 7 1 8 8 I don't follow your work Reiny ¡î3sinx + cosx = 1 ¡î3cosx = 1cosx square both sides 3cos^2 x = 1  2cosx + cos^2 x 3(1sin^2 x) = 1  2cosx + cos^2 x this
asked by Kate RESPONSE on March 1, 2010 
trigonometry
Graph the function f(x)=1/2sin2x+1 on the interval [2pi, 2pi]
asked by Dini on November 2, 2010 
math
using Rolles theorem to see if it can be applied to f. If so, find all numbers c such that f`(c)=0 f(x)=sin(x)+cos(x) interval [0,2pi]
asked by Anonymous on June 14, 2015 
Math
Find all solutions of the given equation in the interval [0, 2pi) cos x/2  sin x = 0 Hi, I am struggling with this question. Can anybody help me please? Thanks!
asked by Lottie on July 12, 2016 
math
Evaluate. 1. sin^1(1/2) 2. cos^1[(root 3)/2] 3. arctan[(root3)/3] 4. cos(arccos2/3) 5. arcsin(sin 2pi) 6. sin(arccos 1) I got these values as my answers: 1. pi/6 2. 5pi/6 3. pi/6 4. 2/3 5. 2pi 6. 0 Can someone please tell me if they are right? thank
asked by anonymous on January 7, 2010 
calc
find the area between the xaxis and the graph of the given function over the given interval: y = sqrt(9x^2) over [3,3] you need to do integration from 3 to 3. First you find the antiderivative when you find the antiderivative you plug in 3 to the
asked by mikayla on April 18, 2007 
Trigonometry
Use the halfangle identities to find all solutions on the interval [0,2pi) for the equation cos^2(x) = sin^2(x/2)
asked by Nikki on July 15, 2012 
Trigonometry
Use the halfangle identities to find all solutions on the interval [0,2pi) for the equation sin^2(x) = cos^2(x/2)
asked by Nikki on July 15, 2012 
Calculus
Breathing is cyclic and a full respiratory cycle from the beginning of inhalation to the end of exhalation takes about 5 seconds. The maximum rate of air flow into the lungs is about 0.5 L/s. This explains, in part, why the function
asked by Elizabeth on April 27, 2012 
maths need help
using the interval [0,2pi] and f(x) = sinx + cosx, obtain c £ (0,2pi) that satisfies the conclusion of Rolle's theorem where £ mean element of and C means number show step
asked by dud on October 1, 2016 
Calculus
A cylindrical drum is made to hold exactly 1m^3 in its interior. Assume that the material for the top and the bottom costs $20 per m^2, while that for the side costs $10 per m^2. Determine the radius of the drum that minimizes the cost of the material
asked by Frederique on December 10, 2006 
calculus
Find complete length of curve r=a sin^3(theta/3). I have gone thus (theta written as t) r^2= a^2 sin^6 t/3 and (dr/dt)^2=a^2 sin^4(t/3)cos^2(t/3) s=Int Sqrt[a^2 sin^6 t/3+a^2 sin^4(t/3)cos^2(t/3)]dt =a Int Sqrt[sin^4(t/3){(sin^2(t/3)+cos^2(t/3)}]dt=a Int
asked by ms on September 18, 2013 
Math
It takes ten identical pices to form a circular track for a pair of toy racing cars. If the inside arc of each pair is 3.4 inches shorter than the outside arc, what is the width of the track? any help would be greatly appreciated. If you know that the
asked by Amey on October 5, 2006 
Trigonometry
Find the angular speed in radians per sec. of the second hand on a clock. My answer is 1 rpm =1*2pi radians/1minute(1 rotation = 2pi radians) =2pi radians/60seconds =1/30 radians/seconds It goes 2PI radians in 60 seconds. What happened to the PI? I forgot
asked by James on July 4, 2007 
Math
cos x = 0.6 , 0
asked by Lester on November 7, 2014 
PreCalc/Math
Use factoring, the quadratic formula, or identities to solve cos(x)+1=sin^(2)x. Find all solutions on the interval [0, 2pi)
asked by Yadira on May 23, 2012 
Calculus
Find the interval(s) where the function is increasing where and it is decreasing. f(x)=sin(x+(pi/2)) for 0≤x≤2pi so my derivative is f'(x)=cos(x+(pi/2))? and my critical number is pi/2?
asked by sh on December 5, 2010 
Math
what does cos x = 0.418? On the interval (0,2pi)
asked by Candyce on December 1, 2011 
Calculus
How would I go about solving this equation on the interval [0,2pi] cos^2 + 2 cos x + 1 = 0
asked by Kelly on November 20, 2007 
precal
solve the equation on the interval [0,2pi) cos(x+pi/4)cos(xpi/4)=1
asked by john 2020 on March 19, 2010 
Precalculus
solve the equation in the interval [0, 2pi) cos^2 x  cos x  1 = 0
asked by Anonymous on September 7, 2018 
Trig
Find all solutions of the equation in the interval [0,2pi). sqrt(3)cottheta1= 0 Write your answer in radians in terms of pi. If there is more than one solution, separate them with commas.
asked by Rachal on May 15, 2011 
Calculus
2sin(2theta) + sqrt(3) = 0 interval (0,2pi) How do I solve this? I thought about maybe subtracting the sqrt(3) from both sides, so that i would have 2sin(2theta) = sqrt(3) Then maybe dividing by two? sin(2theta) = sqrt(3)/2 Am I doing anything right
asked by Hannah on September 20, 2011 
Calculus 1
I'm asked to find max and min of: L(t)=12+2.8sin((2pi/365)(t80). I find the derivative as: L'(t)=(5.6*pi/365)*cos[(2pi/365)(t80)] but I get lost afterwards.
asked by Leo on July 8, 2013 
Algebra
2pi(x^2 + 4x + 4) + 2pi(x^2 + 7x + 10) How do I write this as a polynomial in standard form (by factoring out 2pi)?
asked by Anonymous on February 27, 2014 
MATH
Solve the equation algebraically for x where 0
asked by Anonymous on September 3, 2009 
PreCalculus
The period T (in seconds) of a simple pendulum is a function of its length l (in feet), given by T(l) = 2pi sq root of l/g, where g = 32.2 feet per second per seconds is the acceleration of gravity. Express the length l as a function of the period T. If
asked by Erica on October 5, 2006 
physics
A pendulum clock can be approximated as a simple pendulum of length 1.20m and keeps accurate time at a location where G=9.83m/s2. In a location where g=9.73m/s2, what must be the new length of the pendulum, such that the clock continues to keep accurate
asked by Cavin on March 31, 2007 
precalc/trig
olve for the interval [0, 2pi]. cos(x+ pi/4)+cos(x pi/4)=1
asked by bob on November 29, 2012 
Calculus
maximum and minimum of y = cos(x) + sin (x)on the interval [0,2pi]
asked by Mark on October 25, 2009 
Trigonometry
Solve each equation on the interval [0, 2pi): a. 4sin^2(x)3=0 b. cos(3x)=1
asked by O on March 28, 2015 
trig
3tan(3x) = sqrt(3) Solve the equation for exact solutions of the interval [0,2pi).
asked by kyle on November 4, 2010 
PreCalculus
Find the solutions for sec^2x+secx=2 that fit into the interval [0, 2pi] I figured out that pi/3 (after factoring and switching things around) was a solution, but then I got stuck on cos x = 1/3.
asked by Sharon on April 20, 2008 
math
Can someone please check my answers and help me with the last question! 1. Solve sin2xcos2x = 4sin2x on the interval [0, 2pi] 0, pi, 2pi? 2. Exact value of sin(pi/12)  sin(5pi/12) root3/4? 3. Using factorial notation, 0! = 1 False? 4. Find the area of the
asked by mysterychicken on June 6, 2013 
precalculus
Let z1=2(cos 2pi/3+isin 2pi/3) what are z1^(1/3)?
asked by jk on March 31, 2015 
precalculus
Let z1=2(cos 2pi/3+isin 2pi/3) what are z1^(1/3)?
asked by jk on March 31, 2015 
precalculus
Find the tan(x), the sin (x + pi) if it is known that cos (x)=.6 and that (3pi)/2 less than x less than 2pi. Find the sine (2x), the tan (2x), and the cos (x/2) if it is known that cos (x)=.6 and that (3pi)/2 less than x less than 2pi.
asked by marie darling on April 10, 2013 
Trig
Given: cos u = 3/5; 0 < u < pi/2 cos v = 5/13; 3pi/2 < v < 2pi Find: sin (v + u) cos (v  u) tan (v + u) First compute or list the cosine and sine of both u and v. Then use the combination rules sin (v + u) = sin u cos v + cos v sin u. cos (v  u) = cos u
asked by Nan on December 29, 2006 
calculus
Let g(x)=cos x1. The maximum value attained by g on the closed interval [0, 2pi] is for x equal to A) 1 B) 0 C) pi/2 D) 2 E) pi I think its pi/2 but I'm not sure at all.
asked by =) on June 12, 2010 
Trig
2sin^2(x) = 2 + cos(x) interval [0,2pi) How do I solve this? Help would be greatly appreciated!
asked by Wendy on September 16, 2011 
simple harmonic motion
So I have the following information: Amplitude (A)=1.60mm, Angular Velocity (w)=2760 and phase constant (o) = pi/2. and I need to find: a)the period of oscillation. b)maximum speed. c)max magnitude of acceleration. Firstly I dont want anyone to give away
asked by Anon on October 9, 2017 
Calculus (Help)
The graph of y=cos x * ln cos^2x has seven horizontal tangent lines on the interval [0,2pi]. Find the xcoordinate of all points at which these tangent lines occur. What the derivative of the function?
asked by Lerinda on October 25, 2012 
Calculus (Help)
The graph of y=cos x * ln cos^2x has seven horizontal tangent lines on the interval [0,2pi]. Find the xcoordinate of all points at which these tangent lines occur. What the derivative of the function?
asked by Lerinda on October 25, 2012
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