can someone explain what this question means r=5 sin (2^) options a. maximum calculate r occurs when sin(2^)=1 b. " " sin(2^)=-1 c. minimum sin(2^)=0 d. minimum sin(2^)=-1
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Originally Posted by oomissvicky can someone explain what this question means r=5 sin (2^) options a. maximum calculate r occurs when sin(2^)=1 b. " " sin(2^)=-1 c. minimum sin(2^)=0 d. minimum sin(2^)=-1 first of all, what is the question? what does the lone caret (^) symbolize? is this the entire question as written, or have you left out other info/details?
theta. thats the complete question? i think my professor is trippin...
.If that's all which is mentioned than maximum r occurs at sin(2^) = 1 because its the maximum value of sine function minimum r occurs at sin(2^) = -1 because its the minimum value of sine function ----------------
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