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Exercise 3.2
1.
a)
A=1
B=1
C=
b)
is the period of the function
c)
B=1
d)
phase shift is
e)
C-=
f)
i) is the correct equation
2.
a)
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b)
c)
d)
e)
3.
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Exercise 3.2
4.
Height =200 feet
Bas
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Exercise 5.2
Answer the following questions to complete this lab:
1. Describe an ellipse in two sentences.
A Symmetrical Oval shape that is normally elongated vertically or horizontally. With 2
axis, the major and the minor axis.
2. Fi
MA1310: Module 4 Applications of Trigonometry
Exercise
4.1 Laws of Sines and Cosines
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1. Use the values given in the above triangle and find the value of B, b, and c.
Ans = B=35, b=9.3, and c=16
2. Two sides and an angle (SSA) of a triangle ar
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MA1310: Module 1 Sequences
Exercise 1.1 Sequences and Notations
1. Describe an arithmetic sequence in two sentences.
When each term after the first differs from the preceding term by a constant amount.
2. Describe a geometric sequence
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Exercise 4.2
1.Explain why and represent the same points in polar coordinates.
(r,) and (-r , +180) are the same point because adding 180 tkes you to the exact
opposite side
of the unit circle , but the MINUS r brings you back to where
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Exercise 3.1 Graphs of Sine and Cosine Functions
1. Find the exact value of:
a. sin 300 = sin 60 = sqr(3)/2
b. tan (405) (Hint: 405 = 360 + 45) the tan of 45 is 1
c. cot ( (Hint: )
= cot(pi/3)
= 1/tan(pi/3)
= 1/(1/root(3)
= root(3)
2.
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Exercise Mod 6
1. Define binomial coefficient. Give an example. Write the steps of a graphing utility
to evaluate your binomial coefficient and the final answer.
Is a special notation that uses factorials, for nonnegative integers n an
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Mod 5 Forums
A real life application of the dot product of a vector that I found that I could relate
to, applies to the retail sector of things. It also applies to all of us as students. I started a
new class today, and I needed to get
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Mod 4 Discussion
A real life use of using the Law of Sines is to find the height of a tree. A tree grows out of the
ground at an angle of 86*, pointing west. We walk west from the base of the tree 57 feet, and
from that point get an an
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Exercise 5.1
1. A line segment to which a direction has been assigned.
2. Vectors that have the same magnitude and the same direction.
3.
P1=(-11,-12) P2=(2,5)
v=(x2-x1)i+(y2-y1)j
v=(2-(-11)i+(5-(-12)j=
13i+17j
4.
u=8i-6j v=-5i+8j
u+v