f '(t) = 6cos(t) + (sec(t))2 So far i got f(x) = 6sin(t) + tan(t) + C I cant figure out what C equals THANKS
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Originally Posted by FamousDrumFreak f '(t) = 6cos(t) + (sec(t))2 So far i got f(x) = 6sin(t) + tan(t) + C I cant figure out what C equals THANKS 3 = 6sin(pi/3) + tan(pi/3) + C. Solve for C.
I figured it out as a decimal but i am looking for a fraction or something like x - squart of x
Originally Posted by FamousDrumFreak I figured it out as a decimal but i am looking for a fraction or something like x - squart of x At this level of study you're expected to know that sin(pi/3) = sqrt{3}/2 and tan(pi/3) = sqrt{3}.
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