For what value(s) of x, 0<x<pi/2, is sinx<cosx
Start by drawing it! Note that OC = 5 and OD = 5 because both of those are also radii. Note also that because chord CD is perpendicular to OB, it’s bisected by OB. In other words, it’s split into 2 segments each measuring 4. Things are really coming together! Because we know our Pythagorean (more…)
Trigonometry does the trick here. Below is that line making a 42° angle with the positive x-axis. I’ve also drawn a dotted segment to make myself a neat little right triangle. Remember that slope is rise over run—how high the line climbs divided by how far it travels right. In this case, the dotted segment (more…)
Think of a 5-12-13 triangle (that’s one of the Pythagorean triples you should know). Say angle A measures x°, which would make angle C measure (90 – x)°. (I’m choosing those based on the fact that I already know that the sine of angle C will be 12/13.) Now that we’ve got it set up, all we (more…)
Hi, I was wondering if you could explain to me how x + y= π/2, sin x = cos y. Thank you!
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It is given that sin A = K , where A is an angle measured in radians and (pi)< A < 3(pi)/2 . If sin B = K which of the following could be the value of B ?
A) A – (pi)
B) (pi) + A
C) 2(pi) – A
D) 3(pi) – A
Which of the following gives the length of chord DF in the figure above ?
If cosA is not equal to 1, then sin^2A/ 1-cosA =
A) 1 + cosA
E) cosA -1