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Find the value of tan π/12.
A camera on a 5-foot-high tripod is placed in front of a 6-foot-high picture that is mounted 3 feet above the floor. a) express angle theta as a function of the distance x from the camera to the wall. b) the photographer wants to use a particular lens, for which theta = 36 (pi/5 radians). How far should she place the camera from the wall to be sure the entire picture will show in the photograph?
If sin theta = (sqrt 3)/2, which could not be the value of theta? A. 60 degrees B. 120 degrees C. 240 degrees D. 420 degrees I know that the solutions for theta are pi/3 and 2pi/3, but how does that correlate?
3sin(2x)-1=0 to solve
In Bear Creek Bay in July, high tide is at 1:00 pm. The water level at high tide is 7 feet at high tide and 1 foot at low tide. Assuming the next high tide is exactly 12 hours later and the height of the water can be modeled by a cosine curve, find an equation for Bear Creek Bay’s water level in July as a function of time (t).
3x+7y=2 Algebra 1A need , due tomorroww:(
A car is moving at a rate of 28 miles per hour and the diameter of its wheels is about 2 1/3 feet. Find the angular speed of the wheel in radians per minute.
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