1)Is sin2x = 2sinx an identity?

2)Is sinx=2sinx*cosx an identity?

3)Rewrite 2sin 30 degrees*cos 30 degrees as a single trig function

4)If sinx=5/13 and x is in quadrant I, then:

sin2x=

cos2x=

tan2x=

5)Convert squareroot[3]x-y+3=0 to normal form of a line

6)Convert xcos210 degrees+ysin210 degrees-5 to rectangular form of a line

2)Is sinx=2sinx*cosx an identity?

3)Rewrite 2sin 30 degrees*cos 30 degrees as a single trig function

4)If sinx=5/13 and x is in quadrant I, then:

sin2x=

cos2x=

tan2x=

5)Convert squareroot[3]x-y+3=0 to normal form of a line

6)Convert xcos210 degrees+ysin210 degrees-5 to rectangular form of a line

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