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    Trigonometric Functions

    I am totally lost and have no idea how to do any of these
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarwamin View Post
    I am totally lost and have no idea how to do any of these
    And by these you mean....what, exactly?

    EDIT: I see the image now.


    Hey, have you tried anything?
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    yes..but my teacher said it was all wrong
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarwamin View Post
    yes..but my teacher said it was all wrong
    And he/she wouldn't help you? Show me a little of what you tried for say-I don't know- #1 perhaps.
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    i still have to do #1..i'll show u #2...

    2sinx=sin^2+cos^2x
    2sinx=1
    sinx= 1/2
    x= sin (inverse) (1/2)
    x= 180/6
    x=30

    0<30<2(180)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarwamin View Post
    i still have to do #1..i'll show u #2...

    2sinx=sin^2+cos^2x
    2sinx=1
    sinx= 1/2
    x= sin (inverse) (1/2)
    x= 180/6
    x=30

    0<30<2(180)
    Hey, that's great work, but I really not making the connection to "#2" here. You were asked to explain why the asymptotes of the graph of y=\tan{x} are found where they are.
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    oops..wrong post :$
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