find the exact value of therefore: we take the positive one because is in the first quadrant and its positive. this correct ? much appreciated..
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Originally Posted by jvignacio find the exact value of Could you explain the way you go from the first identity to the second one ? Or
Originally Posted by running-gag Could you explain the way you go from the first identity to the second one ? Or well its (fundamental identity) then and in this case x = i split up the to to work with 45 degrees
Originally Posted by running-gag Could you explain the way you go from the first identity to the second one ? Or sorry yes..
Last edited by jvignacio; Mar 14th 2009 at 05:17 AM.
You should rather take this one with
Originally Posted by running-gag You should rather take this one with ahh darn how would i know which one to use ?
Last edited by mr fantastic; Mar 15th 2009 at 04:14 AM. Reason: m --> r
Which one among what ? This one is useful because you know the value of
Originally Posted by running-gag Which one among what ? This one is useful because you know the value of yeh sorry i was just getting confused but now i understand. thanks!!
Originally Posted by running-gag Which one among what ? This one is useful because you know the value of so should i do ?
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