I have a problem were i must calculate sine^2(45)*cos^2(45) Thanks in advance james
Mar 2, 2010 #1 jamesd2008 64 0 I have a problem were i must calculate sine^2(45)*cos^2(45) Thanks in advance james
Mar 2, 2010 #2 Mugged 104 0 sine^2(45) would mean you take the sine of 45 degrees and then you square that value. sine(45) = 1/[tex]\sqrt{2}[/tex] sine^2(45) = (1/[tex]\sqrt{2}[/tex])^2 = .5
sine^2(45) would mean you take the sine of 45 degrees and then you square that value. sine(45) = 1/[tex]\sqrt{2}[/tex] sine^2(45) = (1/[tex]\sqrt{2}[/tex])^2 = .5
Mar 2, 2010 #4 CRGreathouse Science Advisor Homework Helper 2,824 0 Yes. Confusing notation, isn't it... pity.