# What is the input to a trigonometric function? a ratio the x position of a point on the circle a central angle of a circle the y position of a point on the circle

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## Solution 1

Guest #3847
2 months ago

Answer: A central angle of a circle

Step-by-step explanation:

The trigonometric functions are also known as circular functions.

The two fundamental trigonometric functions are defined as the coordinates of a any point A  travelling around on the unit circle of radius  1 .

The input variable in trigonometric functions is the central angle of the circle 'x' such that we get sin x and cos x which give the x and y coordinates of A.

Hence, the input to a trigonometric function is a central angle of a circle.

## Solution 2

Guest #3848
2 months ago
The input to a trig function is definitely an angle (whether in degrees or expressed in radians).  That angle is also "a central angle of a circle."

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Solution 1
1. When it hit the ground=>y = 0
=>By y = –0.04x^2 + 8.3x + 4.3
=>0.04x^2 - 8.3x - 4.3 = 0
=>x = [-(-8.3) +/- √{(-8.3)^2 - 4 x 0.04 x (-4.3)}]/[2 x 0.04]
=>x = [8.3 +/- 8.34]/[0.08]
=>x = 208.02 m

2. A. Reaches a maximum height of 11.6 feet after 5.75 seconded.

3. B. Reaches a maximum height of 22 feet after 2.00 seconds.

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A student invests \$500 for 3 years in a savings account that earns 4% interest per year. No further deposits or withdrawals were made during this time. Which does NOT yield the correct balance in the account at the end of the 3 years? Please show work for the answer! A)500(1.04)^3 B)500(1-.04)^3 C)500(1+.04)(1+.04) D)500+500(.4)+520(.04)+540.8(04)
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To get the balance after 3 years we use the formula:
A=P(1+r/100)^n
where:
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r=rate
n=time
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The wrong choices are C and D

Solution 2

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i'm going with b

Step-by-step explanation:

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Use the graph below to answer the question that follows: graph of the curve that passes through the following points, 0, 3; pi over 2, 5; pi, 3; 3 pi over 2, 1; 2 pi, 3. What is the rate of change between the interval of x = 0 and x = pi over two? 2 over pi pi over two pi over four four over pi
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A graph can be defined as a pictorial representation or a diagram that represents data or values.

### What is the slope of the line?

The slope of a line is defined as the angle of the line. It is denoted by m

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Solution 2
X1=0, y1=3
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rate of change = (y2-y1)/(x2-x1)
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Yes, Tanisha needs more lemons
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Solution 1
Shee needs 448 ounces of lemonade.

448 ÷ 80 =5.8
⇒ There are 5.6 80-ounce of lemonade.

80 ounces of lemonade needed 8 lemons.
448 ounces of lemonade needed 8 x 5.6 = 44.8 lemons.

Tanisha has 38 lemons.
She does not have enough lemons.
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Answer: Tanisha needs more lemons. She needs 7 more.
Solution 2

Answer: 7 more lemons

Step-by-step explanation:

Since she needs 448 ounces of lemonade you have to divide which is 5.6 . As a result there are 5.6 80 ounces of lemonade. 80 ounces needs 8 lemons.  448 ounces of lemonade are needed 8 x 5.6 = 44.8 lemons.  Tanisha only has 38 lemons, which isn't enough. 44.8 - 38 =  is about 7 more lemons.

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