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Inverse Trigonometry
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Terms in this set (14)
sin-1 (√3/2)
π/3
sin-1 (√2/2)
π/4
sin-1 (1/2)
π/6
sin-1 (0)
0
sin-1 (1)
π/2
cos-1 (1)
0
cos-1 (√3/2)
π/6
cos-1 (√2/2)
π/4
cos-1 (1/2)
π/3
cos-1 (0)
π/2
tan-1 (√3)
π/3
tan-1 (1)
π/4
tan-1 (√3/3)
π/6
tan-1 (0)
0
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TRIGONOMETRY
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Most investments receive compound interest as opposed to simple interest. This allows an investment to earn intrest on the interest already received. Miranda plans to invest $5000. Calculate the value of her investment after one year, given the following rates: a. Annual interest of 12% compounded monthly. b. Annual interest of 8% compounded quarterly (4 times per year). c. Annual interest of 5.2% compounded weekly. d. Annual interest of 7.3% compounded daily.
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Kristina and Darrin are running around a circular track with the same angular speed. Darrin is running on the inside lane which has radius 40 ft and Kristina is running on the outside lane which has radius 44 ft. If Kristina is running at a rate of 11 ft per second, how fast is Darrin running?
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The deck for a card game is made up of 108 cards. Twenty-five each are red, yellow, blue, and green, and eight are wild cards. Each player is randomly dealt a seven-card hand. What is the probability that a hand will contain (a) exactly two wild cards, and (b) two wild cards, two red cards, and three blue cards?
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