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Symbolic Questions (Part 2)

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12/9/08 7:39 PM Symbolic Questions (Part 2) Page 1 of 3 http://www.webassign.net/[email protected]/[email protected] Symbolic Questions (Part 2) (Homework) MICKLES BRANDON L MA 242, section 008, Fall 2008 Instructor: April Alston Web Assign Current Score: 6 out of 6 Due: Friday, August 29, 2008 10:02 PM EDT Description This assignment will introduce you how to enter basic, advanced, and inverse trig functions as well as e , absolute values, and unusual variables. The due date for this assignment is past. Your work can be viewed below, but no changes can be made. 1. 1/1 points Trigonometric functions are easy to enter in symbolic format. If you need to type something like sin(x) you would just type sin(x). It is very simple! Note: remember that you must use parentheses. You can also enter things like cos(x), tan(2x), etc. Enter the following expression using the proper notation. sin( x ) + cos(2 x ) sin(x)+cos(2x) sin(x) + cos(2x) 2. 1/1 points To enter something like sin 2 (x) you need to type: sin(x)^2 or (sin(x))^2. Other examples are: cos(2x)^2, tan(4x+2)^2, and cot(6x)^2. Note: if you try to type the ^2 in the middle (for example,
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