1.
Find values of t for and in the interval for your solutions.
2.
So solve .
3. absolute of
absolute of
Solve
4. If
My teacher always confuses me when she throws T into the mix. i tried replacing with X, didnt help my problem either. i saw in a thread by yovivo, that the help posted could somewhat be applied. so i tried for the first one how the identities might help. kinda went off and got lost again... so im just exhausted with these four problems. thanks for any help..
Directions: Find all values for t in the interval [0,2PI]
1. cot t = csc t
2. sin^2 t - cos^2 t= 1
3.|csct|=2
4. sin^2 t =3/4
Juan
ok all seems good but.....
for the fist one, i cant see how you go from trig identities to costsint=sint. i tried multiplying but on the left i get 0. so from that point on im lost..
then on the second one, is it as simple as divide by 2?
also for these solutions, do i out pi at the end? the first one is confusing me, do i just say that t is 0 and 2pi? but aren't they the same?
then is it truly like 1/2? so 1/2pi for 3?
Juan