Hi I need help on the following questions: 1) Express sinh(x+y) in terms of sinh(x), sinh(y), cosh(x), cosh(y) 2) Given cosh find values of sinh(u) This is what i have done: made so sinh(u) = 1.89. What is wrong?? P.S
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Originally Posted by Paymemoney Hi I need help on the following questions: 1) Express sinh(x+y) in terms of sinh(x), sinh(y), cosh(x), cosh(y) 2) Given cosh find values of sinh(u) You need to know the following: ------------------------------------------------------ 1) 2) Is the question: Given, Or is it
Last edited by Anonymous1; April 4th 2010 at 07:59 PM.
Originally Posted by Anonymous1 2) Is the question: Given, its given like that ^^
Originally Posted by Paymemoney its given like that ^^ In that case sub this identity: into the definition of cosh, set it equal to 5/4, and put the whole thing in terms of sinh.
Originally Posted by Paymemoney [snip] 2) Given cosh find values of sinh(u) This is what i have done: made so sinh(u) = 1.89. What is wrong?? P.S Several approaches are possible. The simplest is to use the identity .
this is what i have done, someone tell me if this is a correct way of doing it my answer is slighlty difference to the book's answers of .
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