Complete the following table of values. Express all answers using exact arithmetic--no decimal numbers. Use "sqrt()" if the answer includes a square root. A 30°
Complete the following table of values. Express all answers using exact arithmetic--no decimal numbers. Use "sqrt()" if the answer includes a square root. A 30° 45° 60° sin(A) ______ ______ ______ cos(A) ______ ______ ______ tan(A) ______ ______ ______ cot(A) ______ ______ ______ sec(A) ______ ______ ______ csc(A) ______ ______ ______
Discussion Board Topic: In this discussion board you will: Part 1: Use a real life application to come up with a QUESTION utilizing the Law of Sines and Law of Cosines in Trigonometry. Post the question on the discussion board. Please use proper directions and equation editor for any mathematical notation. You may post this as a pdf file. Part 2: Solve one of your classmate's questions. Part 3: Once someone has answered your question, provide feedback. Discussion Board Guidelines: • Your initial post must include a minimum of 100 words . You must reply to at least one of your classmate's posts with no less than 50 words • All posts must be in APA format and abide by netiquette rules Please see the provided rubric.
[12-13): It is also advantageous to have the hypotenuse of these special right triangles with a tength of 1. Convert each of the special right triangles so that its hypotenuse has length 1 by multiplying by the appropriate scale factor. Label the length for each side of the triangle. 12 13 60° 45 30° 45°
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The temperature in a certain city is modeled by T(x) = 37+21 sin[2π/365 (x-91)] where T(x) is the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit on day x, with x = 1 corresponding to January 1 and x = 365 corresponding to December 31. (a) Use a calculator to estimate the temperature on March 15 (day 74). (b) Use a calculator to estimate the temperature on July 14. (a) The temperature on March 15 (day 74) will be about ___°. (Do not round until the final answer. Then round to the nearest integer as needed.)