R rex2012 Apr 2019 3 0 rugby Apr 8, 2019 #1 please can someone explain to me how i can solve the above equation?

Cervesa Dec 2014 130 101 USA Apr 8, 2019 #2 (a) substitute $24^\circ$ for $\theta$ and calculate the current $i$ with your calculator in degree mode. (b) use a graphing utility to plot $y = 0.735 \sqrt{\dfrac{x}{\sin(x+30^\circ)}}$ and $y = 3$. determine the intersection of the two graphs. Attachments Evaluate_formula.png 1.3 KB Views: 1 graph_formula.png 1.6 KB Views: 1 intersection.png 1.2 KB Views: 1 Reactions: 1 person

(a) substitute $24^\circ$ for $\theta$ and calculate the current $i$ with your calculator in degree mode. (b) use a graphing utility to plot $y = 0.735 \sqrt{\dfrac{x}{\sin(x+30^\circ)}}$ and $y = 3$. determine the intersection of the two graphs.

R rex2012 Apr 2019 3 0 rugby Apr 9, 2019 #3 thank you Cervesa, that is very helpful. Please could you tell me what graphing software you have used in the above example or is that a calculator?

thank you Cervesa, that is very helpful. Please could you tell me what graphing software you have used in the above example or is that a calculator?

H HallsofIvy MHF Helper Apr 2005 20,249 7,909 Apr 9, 2019 #5 There is a free graphing utility called "Desmos" at https://www.desmos.com/calculator