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We know that area of a circle is πr2. So, the area of a semicircle or half circle is 1/2(πr2 ), where r is the radius....
arccos(- 1 / 2) Assume y = arccos(- 1 / 2). cos y = – 1 / 2 with 0 ≤ y ≤ Π (Cos Theorem) … (1) Cos (π / 3) = 1 / 2...
We will divide 48 by 3. Since 3 has a negative symbol, answer will also have negative symbol 48÷(−3)=−16...
Let us start with LHS cos 2A can be expressed as cos 2A= cos (A + A) Using the identity cos(A+B)=cos(A)⋅cos(B)−sin(A)⋅sin(B)...
We know that d/dx ( tan x) = sec2x so tan x is antiderivative of sec x The general antiderivative of sec2x is tan x...
We have to simplify (x+4)2 We will simplify the given expression using the identity (a+b)2= a2 + b2+ 2ab Here a = x and b = 4 (x+4)2 = x2...
Simplify -i3 -i3 = (-i). (-i) (-i) = (-i)(-i2) = (-i) (-1) = -i...
An equilateral triangle is the one where all sides are equal and have an equal angle. The internal angles of the equilateral triangle are also...
We have to evaluate for x in the equation given: -89 - 4x = -10x + 25 -89 - 4x = -10x + 25 Combining the like terms we get -4x +10x=25+89 6x=...
Given tan(-x)=1.5 We know that tan (-x)=-tan x tan (-x)=-tan x = -(-1.5)=1.5 Hence tan (-x)=1.5...
Yes adjacent angles of a parallelogram are supplementary Let us consider Parallelogram ABCD. To prove: ∠A + ∠B = 180 degrees, ∠C...
We can find the square root of 0.4 by the following method 0.4 can be expressed as 4/10 √0.4= Multiplying numerator and denominator by...
We know that tan can be expressed as tan x = sin x / cos x tan (90+x) = sin (90+ x) /cos (90+x)------(i) USing identity sin(90 + X) = sin(X)...
Except 2, all other prime numbers are odd numbers. A natural number which has exactly two factors, i.e. 1 and the number itself, is a prime number....
We have to differentiate y=lnx y = ln x x=ey dx/dy= ey dy / dx = 1/ey=1/x...
x3 + x – 3x2 – 3 Here x is common factor in x3 + x and – 3 is common factor in – 3x2 3×2 – 3 x3 – 3x2...
On multiplying using the identity we get the equation as...
The given expression is y=cos(3x) Differentiate the above expression with respect to x and find the first derivative: y'=dy/dx(cos 3x) y'=-3sin 3x...
We have to add 2/3 and 4/5 2/3 and 4/5 Will take LCM of 3 and 5 LCM of 3 and 4 is 15 2(5)/3(4) + 4(3) / 5(3) = 10+12/15 = 22/15...
Both the domain and range are all real numbers except for zero. DomainThe set of all possible values which qualify as inputs to a function is...
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