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Graphs Symmetric Height

  1. Sep 4, 2009 #1
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    3. 1st Attachment #19 I believe that I am suppose to multiply (x-2)(x+2) but what do i do about the symmetric with an origin?

    2nd Attachment I do not get what they are asking for in the 2nd and 3rd part of the question can you please explain it to me.

    3rd Attachment I am not sure if I did this problem right.
    tan 1.2 = h/10
    h = 25.72 km?

    Thank You!!
     

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  3. Sep 5, 2009 #2

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    Re: Graphs,Symmetric,Height

    Did you plot your solution?
    You need to find the x which satisfies x = .5 cos x.
    They give pretty explict directions on how to start. Did you make the plot they ask for? if not do so.
    Draw a picture, This may be a good place for the law of sines.
     
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