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  • On the unit circle, what are the coordinates of the terminal point determined by theta=19pi/3?

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  • Dr Black is 6 ft tall and standing 25 feet from a streetlamp.?

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    He estimates that the angle of elevation from his line of sight to the top of streetlamp is 20 degrees. The streetlamp is about _____ feet tall. (Round to nearest foot). *WIll Award Best Answer To Correct Answer*
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  • Probability?

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    We are drawing a single card from a standard​ 52-card deck. Find the following probability. P(jack | face card)
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  • CUAL ES LA ECUACION QUE REPRESENTA LA TRAYECTORIA?

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    Un helicoptero se mantiene sobrevolando a una distancia constante de 12 km de una montaña esperando a rescatar a una persona conciderando la cima como el centro
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  • I need help with related rates?

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    A father watched his son fly a kite, but the kite suddenly got stuck in a tree. The father was 20 feet away from the tree when the boy started to climb it. The angle of elevation from the father to the son is changing at a constant 0.46 rads/min. Find the rate at which the boy is climbing when the angle of elevation is 0.75 rads.
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  • Suppose someone has randomly selected two numbers from the set of the first one million natural numbers and use them to make a fraction.?

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    Reduce the fraction to its lowest terms. Is there a .5 probability that both the numerator and denominator are both odd numbers?
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  • Calculus Physics Problem?

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    Calculus The Easy Way Chapter 5 Exercise #17 A pendulum consists of a mass held up by a string. Let x represent the angle that the string makes with the vertical. At time t, the value of x is A sin(ωt+h). (A, h, and ω are constants.) Find dA/dt. When is dA/dt the greatest? I'm confused with the answers.
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  • Math help!!!!!!!!!?

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    Does anyone know how to solve this question????!!! Thank you!!!!!!!! https://s.yimg.com/tr/i/7edb58cd424542ddbeb304f3f8faa23e_A.jpeg
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  • What is 2/3 of 21?

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  • Math Help?

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    A sushi restaurant has prepared 18 portions of​ seafood, three of which had been left out too long and spoiled. If 11 of the 18 portions are served randomly to​ customers, what is the probability that at least one customer will receive spoiled​ food? (Hint: Consider the complement of this​ event.)
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  • MATH PLZ HELP?!? One Question!?

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    1. What is the value of the function at x= −3? A.y = 3 B. y=−3 C. y = 0 D. y = 4
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  • 3x2 + 5x - 6 = 0?

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  • Help! Trig Question!?

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    A car travels 250 km east, then turns 25 degrees south of east and goes 115km. What is the resultant distance traveled? Round to the nearest tenth.
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  • How could a Taylor expansion solve this issue?

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    A particle is moving along a straight line. You measure its position at every time, t, but you want to know its velocity and acceleration as a function of time. Ordinarily you would just differentiate the position dr(t)/dt −→ v(t), but you don’t have an expression for r(t) just a discrete list of values.
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