Well, for my day schedule, I spent weekdays solely on homework and my studies. I come home after school and some activities around 6:00 PM. And from 6 to 10-11 I do my homework first. So any problems, essays, etc that are for school I do.
The rest of the things that I do are:
I'm 16 and don't have a GF but I'm not looking for one at all. I'm not looking for any type of relationship right now. I have way too many more important priorities. Probably once I land into an internship at a good firm that I'll be working for in my senior year of college, I'll start looking, lol.
Did your parents pressure you to pursue a certain career??
I'm 16 and a junior in high school and it's crazy. My parents are pressuring me to be a doctor it's not even funny, lol. I try to reason with them and I really don't understand why they think doctors are such "god-like" people, lol. I...
Tangent is positive in Quadrant 3 (ASTC as I learned it), so wouldn't sine be negative there?
I asked my dad about this too and he said that the answer is B. but I don't understand because 7\pi/6 is in the third quadrant and isn't that negative if it's sine?
[SOLVED] Solving csc x + 2 for 0
"Solve csc x + 2 = 0 for 0 <= x < 2 \pi
A. \pi/6 and 5\pi/6
B. \pi/6 and 7\pi/6
C. 4\pi/3 and 5\pi/3
D. 7\pi/6 and 11\pi/6
csc x =2
sin x = 1/2 = 30 degrees = \pi/6
The Attempt at a...
I have another question I can't understand.
Which expression is equivalent to cos(pi + theta) (I don't know how to import the signs. and I checked the computer's character map)
So what I did was take cos(pi + theta) and put down the formula:
cos pi * cos theta - sin pi * sin theta
Yeah, thanks for that. But I thought about what mathman said and the answer was obvious, lol. Thanks a lot though for working it out.
Yeah, so the 2(1/cosx) becomes 2secx...
That was pretty stupid, lol. Thanks though. This is a little off-topic for this thread but I really lack in courses...
What I meant was which sub-forum in these forums would be best for me...but I guess "General Physics" right?
Thanks though...An example of a question I have is how do I plot the picture onto a Cartesian plane in the example in my first post.
I am 16 and the teacher is giving us work for college students (I think, he makes us the problem sets himself). I'm also taking Introductory Physics 1.
I tried talking to him but he said that we need to think to get the problems. And it's basic formulas and if we don't know, we need to go...
Well, I'm a junior in high school and I decided to take Physics. A regular introductory class where the highest level of math that our class knows is Pre-Calculus/Trigonometry.
But our teacher is insane. He gives us problem sets as if we're AP Physics. He gives no notes, no textbooks. He tells...