What is Sine/cosine: Definition and 15 Discussions
In mathematics, the Fourier sine and cosine transforms are forms of the Fourier integral transform that do not use complex numbers. They are the forms originally used by Joseph Fourier and are still preferred in some applications, such as signal processing or statistics.
I need help finding the resultant with vectors: 37.5N[NE] and 45N[21° S of E]
I just don't know a way to find the angles within this triangle to help me get the resultant, so can anybody help me out?
Can anyone help me with the Proof of Parseval Identity for Fourier Sine/Cosine transform :
2/π [integration 0 to ∞] Fs(s)•Gs(s) ds = [integration 0 to ∞] f(x)•g(x) dx
I've successfully proved the Parseval Identity for Complex Fourier Transform, but I'm unable to figure out from where does the...
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1. Homework Statement
Using Euler's formula : ejx = cos(x) + jsin(x)...
Hello all. After completing a problem in which we derived the formulas for potential and spring force energy as functions of time, with simple harmonic motion I noticed the equations are EXACTLY the same, but with sine and cosine switched. The equations were:
A sin^2(pi * t)
A cos^2(pi * t)
I...
Some values of sine and cosine can ben expressed how the root of a polynomial of nth degree.
Example:http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=cos%28%28180%2F7%29%C2%B0%29
(Roll the scroll still you find: "alternate forns" and see the associated polynomial: " x³ - 4 x² - 4 x + 1")
So, where I can...
I'm developing my own trigonometric function concerning a "real world" problem of my choosing. I decided to go with the orbit of Neptune around the sun. I just don't know how to develop the equation itself, like if it would be sine or cosine? I'm just lost as to where to begin. If anyone can...
Hello, I am preparing for the IIT JEE exam, The toughest entrance exam in the Indian subcontinent, and i am struck in confusion about the theory regarding waves in Physics. The problem is that I can;t visualize the sine-cos functions physically , as I could visualize the movement of pulley...
A thought occurred to me In precalculus class. At the moment we are learning about sin/cos/tan/cot/sec/csc and their amplitude, periods and phases shifts. I've studied electronics on and off for about a year. I would like to know if we actually know what radio waves look like? do they actually...
Hi... I'm learning how to graph sine and cosine functions, and I can't seem to figure out how to determine where the line intersects the x-axis? I think I understand how to shift up/down and to the right/left, as well as amplitude and period, but can't understand where to intersect. Can anyone...
Homework Statement
A box is held at rest on a smooth slope. The slope is inclined at an angle of 18◦ to the
horizontal. Given that the normal reaction force between the box and the slope is 79 N, what
is the mass of the box?
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The Attempt at a Solution...
Homework Statement
Lim [2 + 3x + sin(x)] / [x + 2cos(x)]
(x->infinity)
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
My roommate asked me to help him solve this homework question, at first glance I noted the derivative to be:
[3 + cos(x)] / [1 - 2sin(x)]...
Homework Statement
1, Express x = 3sin3t + 5cos3t in the form of x=Rsin(3t + ø)
2, Express x = 2sin(0.5t + 3) + 3cos(0.5t + 1) in the form x = Rsin(0.5t + ø)
All working must be done in radians.
Homework Equations
Sine and Cosine Addition Formulae
sin(A + B) = sinAcosB +...
I have a sine wave. i want to make it 90 degrees out of phase. if i remember correctly i could use a capacitor to create a phase lag of 90 degrees (like on of those motors where they put a capacitor to create the offset so it starts to turn)
Do you put the capacitor in series? What value...
Law of Sine = Sin A/a = Sin B /b = Sin c/c
Law of Cosines
a^2=b^2 + c^2 - 2bc Cos A
I used to know how to "prove" both of these laws but I haven't touched math for years.
Can someone "prove" them or "explain" what these laws exactly mean?