Hello, could someone please help me. I couldnt work out these questions. I have to solve X within the domain 0 deg ≤ X ≤ 360 deg (X = pheta (degrees)) 1) tan X = -1 2) sin X = -1/2 3) cos X = 0 4) cos X = -1/2 Thank you.
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You trigonometric inverses and then multiply by (180/pi)
Originally Posted by tom_asian 1) tan X = -1 Does that make sense? Do the same with the others.
These are fundamental trigonometric equations. Then find the values of for which and then multiply by
by the way, it's "theta" did you get the questions done ok?
Originally Posted by Jhevon by the way, it's "theta" did you get the questions done ok? I can do the questions now. thanks.. although i dont know what is "arc"
Originally Posted by tom_asian I can do the questions now. thanks.. although i dont know what is "arc" "arc" as it is used here just means "inverse" so arctan(x) means the inversed tangent of x or as you may know it as
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Last edited by qbkr21; Aug 25th 2007 at 11:24 PM.
Originally Posted by qbkr21 Re::d ahh... thanks.. so thats another way to call it. I just call it sin inverse, etc....
Originally Posted by tom_asian ahh... thanks.. so thats another way to call it. I just call it sin inverse, etc.... yes
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