# terminal

1. ### terminal velocity (M1)

A skydiver of mass m kg steps out of an aircraft and starts to fall. The air resistance when his speed is v ms^-1 is given by kv^2 newtons. If his terminal speed is 40 ms^-1, find an expression for k in terms of m. (I did this part, got (m/160), which is correct) When his speed reaches 16 ms^-1...
2. ### If (a,b) is a point on the terminal side of angle t in standard position, then cos(t)

How do I know what it is supposed to be? Please explain. Thank you!
3. ### Graphing with terminal velocity

My notes didn't show how the second derivative was evalated. Would I need to plug in the same values I used in the first derivative inside the second derivative to figure out whether v'' is greater than or equal to zero?
4. ### If cot θ = 3/4 and the terminal point determined by θ is in quadrant 3, then:

If cot θ = 3/4 and the terminal point determined by θ is in quadrant 3, then:
5. ### If sin θ < 0 and cos θ > 0, then the terminal point determined by θ is in:

If sin θ < 0 and cos θ > 0, then the terminal point determined by θ is in: A. quadrant 2 B. quadrant 1 C. quadrant 3 D. quadrant 4 For some reason I am thinking its D. quadrant 4? (because It's the quadrant where y < 0 and x > 0, which is quadrant 4.) is this right? Please...
6. ### The statement “cot θ= 12/5, sec θ=-13/5, and the terminal point determined by θ is in

The statement “cot θ= 12/5, sec θ=-13/5, and the terminal point determined by θ is in quadrant 4”: Would the answer be B.? Please help and explain. Thank you!
7. ### determining the values of the primary and reciprocal ratio on a point on terminal arm

The point is (3, -4) So I drew the point and the line. The Cos ratio should be positive since it's in the 4th quadrant. I can't quite figure out what do at after drawing the terminal arm. Any tips would be appreciated.
8. ### terminal side

Hello. I am having difficulty with this problem: Find the point on the terminal side of θ = ​-3pi/4 that has an x coordinate of -1 I was hoping that someone here would be able to help me out? I am actually trying to figure out what I am doing so if you could explain how you found the answer, I...
9. ### Terminal Arm Location

You are given Cos(theta) = -(5/13) .0<theta<2pi In which quadrant(s) can the terminal arm be,. I believe quadrants 2 and 4 but the back of the book is saying 2, and 3 (Angry) I think it is 2 and 4 because the points of its location could be (-5, 13) Q2 or (5, -13) Q4 If i am wrong...
10. ### Trigonometric Function: Find Terminal side of Angle θ

Stuck here, any takers? --- A point on the terminal side of angle θ, is given. Find the exact value of the indicated Trigonometric Function of θ. (9,12); Find the sin θ.
11. ### Terminal speed

A racing car of mass m travels along a straight road. While travelling, the car is subject to a constant frictional resistance force of magnitude a*m (a, a positive constant) and an air resistance force of magnitude k*(v^2), where v is its speed. The car engine can provide a constant propelling...
12. ### terminal velocity

A parachutist whose mass is 100kg drops from rest to an altitude of 3000m and falls under of gravity. Assume that the force due to to air resistance is proportional to the velocity of the parachutist , with the proportionality constant k1 = 20kg/s when the chute is closed and k2=100 kg/s when...
13. ### The terminal arm of angle θ...

If the terminal arm of angle θ in standard position passes through the ordered pair (4,5), then... a) cos θ = √(41)/4 b) sin θ = 5√(41)/41 c) tan θ = 0.555... d) jakθ = 1/2 My answer key tells me that b) is the answer...
14. ### Terminal arm

The point (-2,3) lies on the terminal arm of position angle answer is I dont know how to solve this question, I had one where it was simular but gave an equation like y=cotx and I couldnt solve that either. I know sin=3 and cos=-2 but that is it.
15. ### terminal arms

calculate the values of sin0,cos0,and tan0 if the terminal arm of 0 in standard position contain the point P(3,4)
16. ### sin, cos, tan of terminal angles

If the terminal side of an angle of t radians in standard position passes through the point (6,-8) then cos t = ___ If the terminal side of an angle of t radians in standard position passes through the point (-2,3) then tan t = ___ If the terminal side of an angle of t radians in standard...
17. ### [SOLVED] terminal point?

I have no idea how to do this. Also I just copied and paste the whole problem word-for-word if any one wonders. I am trying to figure it out myself but I'm totally lost. :confused: Find the terminal point on the unit circle determined by the given value of : (a) If , then and...
18. ### terminal side

name a point on the terminal side of 240 degrees. I don't know how to find the equation of the line so I can not do this problem. any help? thanks much.
19. ### Co terminal Angle?

I need to find a positive co-terminal angle for 120 deg. and one for pie/5 and a negative co-terminal angle for 420 deg. and one for 3 pie/5