In a religious context, sin is a transgression against divine law. Each culture has its own interpretation of what it means to commit a sin. While sins are generally considered actions, any thought, word, or act considered immoral, selfish, shameful, harmful, or alienating might be termed "sinful".
My transmissions line class often features problems where the voltage is expressed as a sin, not a cos. Obviously a phase shift of pi/2 is sufficient to convert between the two. However, I have trouble understanding when adding pi/2 is appropriate as opposed to subtracting pi/2. As per my...
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I need to check whether the limit of the following function exists or not
I have now proceeded as follows to look at the right-sided and left-sided limit i.e. ##\displaystyle{\lim_{x \to 0^{+}}}## and ##\displaystyle{\lim_{x \to 0^{-}}}##
To do this, I drew up a list in which I move from...
Problem statement : Let me copy and paste the problem as it appears in the text to the right.
Attempt :
Let me copy and paste my attempt. I couldn't go far, as you will see.
I couldn't progress from here. The powers of the ##\sin## and the ##\cos## are both what we want (##8##), but the...
First off sorry if something doesn't make sense, english is not my native language.
I know i should start with sin2 α + cos2 = 1, but ant really continue from it.
i am being confused by cos α = √5/3 since i know it isn't found in normal trig tables. So my problem is how to find out values of...
volume of the solid $y=\sin (x^2)\quad 0\le x \le \dfrac{\pi}{2}$
$\displaystyle \int_0^{\pi/2}\sin (x^2)\ dx$
ok think this should be area not volume but hope my int is set up ok
To find the tension in the rope connecting 6.0 kg block and 4.0 kg block we do
6.0 kg = m1, 4.0 kg = m2, 9.0 kg = M
(m_2 + m_1)a - Ma = Mg - m_2 gsin\theta - m_1 gsin\theta
Why do we use sin in these equations and not cos?
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I am new here and hope I have posted my thread in the right forum.
I have the following SIN function in Excel: =1*(SIN(2*PI()*1,6667*0,45))
The result is -1. That is what I want, so no problem.
But what I want is a function that calculates the Time t value, in this example the value 0.45...
Given : The equation ##\sin m\theta + \sin n\theta = 0##.
Attempt : Using the formula for ##\text{sin C + sin D}## (see Relevant Equation 3 above), the given equation simplifies to
\begin{equation*}
2 \sin \frac{(m+n)\theta}{2} \cos \frac{(m-n)\theta}{2} = 0
\end{equation*}
This implies the...
For $-\dfrac{\pi}{2}\le \theta \le \dfrac{\pi}{2}
\quad |\sin{\theta}\ge 1|$ is true for all and only the values of $\theta$ in which of the following sets
$a.\ \left\{-\dfrac{\pi}{2},\dfrac{\pi}{2}\right\}
\quad b.\ \left\{\dfrac{\pi}{2}\right\}
\quad c.\ \left\{\theta | -\dfrac{\pi}{2}< \theta...
I've got the answer for (a). It's k = 0.78 N/m.
I'm having problems with (b). I know that the equation of displacement in this case should either be :
x(t) = Asin(ωt + φ)
or
x(t) = Acos(ωt - φ)
where A = amplitudeFrom what I understand, both the equation above should give the same result as...
image due to graph, I tried to duplicate this sin wave on desmos but was not able to.
so with sin and cos it just switches to back and forth for the derivatives so thot a this could be done just by observation but doesn't the graph move by the transformations
well anyway?
ok just posted an image due to macros in the overleaf doc
this of course looks like a sin or cos wave and flips back and forth by taking derivatives
looks like a period of 12 and an amplitude of 3 so...
but to start I was not able to duplicate this on desmos
altho I think by observation alone...
I calculated an expression for the derivative of the inverse tan but I did not use the identity as suggested. Why did I need to use this identity. Did I do the problem correctly? I got the correct answer.
I tried to do the derivative of the inverse sin the same way. I used the same figure 1 on...
hi, when we try to find the speed of a wave on a rope v = (F/u)^1/2, we use the fact that if the angles are small then sin x = x. I understand the approximation but not WHY we use the approximation. We say delta(Theta) is small (and then amplitude is small) then ... . So the proof is only...
Express function as a trigonometric function of x
$$\sin(4x)$$
use $\sin2a=2\sin a\cos a$ then
$$\sin4x=2\sin 2x\cos 2x$$
with $\cos(2x) = \cos^2(x)-\sin^2(x)$ replace again
$$\sin 4x=4\sin x\cos x+\cos^2(x)-sin^2(x)$$
ok not real sure if this is what they are...
1) Are there any periodic alternating series functions other than sine and cosine (and series derived from them, like the series for cos(a) * cos(b))?
2) What is the following series called when x is (0,1) and (1,2]? Quasiperiodic? Semi?
\sum_{n=0}^\infty \, (-1)^n \...
So my math professor gave us a study guide for the final but he's not aloud to give us the answers so I have no idea if my answers are correct or not. So if a few people could let me know what they got after trying this that would be great.
If tan(theta) = -2[sqrt(2)], and theta is between 270...
Tomorrow is my math test and I'm going over the study guide:
I have vector U=<1, 3> and vector V=<5, 2>
It says let theta be the missing angle between the two vectors. What is the cos(theta) and sin(theta)?
I already know how to find the missing angle for cos(theta) but we never covered how...
I'm a teacher at a Senior High School in Indonesia. I have two Senior High School physics books (Indonesian book) written about simple harmonic motion formula:
y = A sin θ = A sin (ωt + θ0) = A sin 2πφ = A sin 2π (t/T + θ0/2π)
phase angle = θ = ωt + θ0
phase of wave = φ = t/T + θ0/2π
But I...
Homework Statement
Parametric equations and a parameter interval for the motion of a particle in the xy-plane are given. Identify the particle's path by finding a Cartesian equation for it. Graph the Cartesian equation. Indicate the portion of the graph traced by the particle and the direction...
Homework Statement
If ##a \neq 0##, evaluate the integral
$$\int \frac {dx} {a~\sin^2~x + b~\sin~x~\cos~x + c~\cos^2~x}$$
(Hint: Make the substitution ##u = \tan x## and consider separately the cases where
##b^2 - 4ac## is positive, zero, or negative.)
The Attempt at a Solution
$$\int \frac...
I have before me that ##\cos 2x + \sin 2x = \sqrt{2} \cos (2x - \pi / 4)##. Where does this expression on the right come from? I tried to look on the internet but I couldn't really articulate it well enough to find anything on it.
Homework Statement
I am little confused. Value of used to be
sin(0) = 0 = cos(1)
sin(1) = 1 = cos(0)
Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
Now when I use google calculator I use rad or degree I do not get solid 1 and 0.
for example
sin(0)= 0 deg =0rad
sin(1)= .841 deg = 0.017 rad...
Homework Statement
there is one question
limx--->0tanx-sinx/x3
i actually tried to seprate tanx and sinx amd then i multiplied and divided by tan2x and sin2x so that i can make tan3x/x3and sin3x/x3 to be 1 and in the end sin2x canceled and i got the answer as -1 which is wrong
what errror...
I was thinking and came up with this. I know it's wrong but can't find the mistake :(
dy/dx sin(x) = cos(x)
dy/dx sin(kx) = kcos(kx)
So dy/dx sin(3x) = 3cos(3x)
Now let Y = 3x
dy/dx sin(Y) = cos(Y) = cos(3x)
3cos(3x) = cos(3x)
3 = 1
Where is the mistake?
It would be wonderful if someone could please help with the following question as I don't even know where to begin
y=y(x), where x^2 cos y + sin(3x-4y) =3Thank you :)
Given that 0 < sin x < x is true for 0 < x < π/2.
From the above, can we conclude that 0 < sin (x/2) < x/2? How about 0 < sin (x/5) < x/5? Why?
How about 0<sin 3x < 3x ? Why?
From the Wikipedia article https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Small-angle_approximation, it says that they are "second-order approximations." What makes all three second order? Shouldn't sin and tan be first-order and cos be second-order?
Homework Statement
Evaluate the derivative of the following function:
f(w)= cos(sin^(-1)2w)
Homework Equations
Chain Rule
The Attempt at a Solution
I did just as the chain rule says where
F'(w)= -[2sin(sin^(-1)2w)]/[sqrt(1-4w^(2))
but the book gave the answer as F'(w)=(-4w)/sqrt(1-4w^(2))...
Homework Statement
Homework Equations
cos 2theta = costheta^2 - sintheta^2
The Attempt at a Solution
cos2theta = 1
2theta = 0, 2phi
but i get wrong answer.. how is it?
the graph of sin inverse (sin x) between the domain of ( -pi/2,pi/2) is y = x. but after it crosses that domain of course the expression won't be the same anymore because sin inverse has its principle value as ( - pi/2, pi/2) due to sin x many to one natured function. now the way these...
I understand that if you have a function in which you want to determine the full (i.e. account for positive and negative values) integral you need to break down your limits into separate intervals accordingly.
Is there any way in which you can avoid this or is it mathematically impossible? If...
I am eager to learn trigonometry.
I have to be introduced to terms such as-sin,cos,tan,cosec etc.
The internet"s explanation is going over my head.
Can someone make them understand to me individually with the meaning of titha.(I cannot show its symbol , as it is not on the keyboard.)
I will...
Homework Statement
Integrate sin (x^0.5)
Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
I let u = sin (x^0.5) , du/dx = cos [(x)^0.5 ] ( 1/ (x)^0.5 ) , how to proceed ? [/B]
Homework Statement
Hello!
I am at the topic on graphing trigonometric functions. Exercises are rather easy at this point, but I have a problem deciphering how authors of the book choose points for x values. Please, take a look at few examples (including screen shots I attach), and, please...
Homework Statement
An AC current is given by I= 475 sin( 9.43 t), with I in milliamperes and t in milliseconds. Find the frequency.
Homework Equations
w = 2pi*f
The Attempt at a Solution
I got 9.43/2pi which is 1.5 Hz, but that is wrong. I honestly have no idea what to do to find the Hz.
Homework Statement
prove that
\lim_{x\rightarrow 0} \sin \left( \frac{1}{x} \right)
doesn't exist.
Homework Equations
\lim_{x\rightarrow0}\sin\left(\frac{1}{x}\right)=\lim_{u\rightarrow\infty}\sin u
The Attempt at a Solution
My strategy to solve this problem is to make u \rightarrow...
Homework Statement
I know that ∑n=1 to infinity (sin(p/n)) diverges due using comparison test with pi/n, despite it approaching 0 as n approaches infinity.
However, an alternating series with (-1)^n*sin(pi/n) converges. Which does not make sense because it consists of two diverging functions...
Homework Statement
Show that ##a \sin x + b\cos x = c \sin (x + \theta)##, where ##c = \sqrt{a^2 + b^2}## and ## \displaystyle \theta = \arctan (\frac{b}{a})##
Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
We see that ##c \sin (x + \theta) = c \cos \theta (\sin x) + x \sin \theta (\cos x)##. So...
Homework Statement
Find y(t) for, x(t) = sin t and TF of a block is 1/(s+1)
Homework Equations
Using Laplace of Input and then multiply laplace with TF to get O/P laplace and then doing Laplace Inverse
The Attempt at a Solution
Images are pasted below.
Typed solution:
Transfer Function...
The question is about a box with no movement standing on a hill. The hill has an angle of 25 degrees. The box has a mass of 40 kg.
1. Calculte the gravity
This I still get: F= M x A = 40 x 9,81 = 3,9 x 10^2
The next question tough:
2. Calculate the component Fgravity,x off the gravity...
Homework Statement Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
Hi
How do I go about showing ##0 \leq \frac{2x}{\pi} \leq sin x ##?
for ## 0 \leq x \leq \pi /2 ##
I am completely stuck where to start.
Many thanks.
(I see it is a step in the proof of Jordan's lemma, but I'm not interested in...
Homework Statement
The formula for centripetal acceleration (Ac) is $$Ac = \frac {4π^2r} {T^2},$$ where r = radius and T = period of rotation
Homework Equations
The above formula can be rearranged as follows: $$Ac = \frac {2π} {T} × \frac {2π} {T} × \frac {r} {1},$$ $$= \frac {2π} {T} × \frac...