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200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt Round You Nit Trig Who?Floating LogsSine of Mine Graphs For Laughs

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Radian of 225

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Sin(X)=

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45 and 315

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Tan(x)= undifined

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X=0 degree or 180

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330 into radians.

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Sin (x)=

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X=60

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Sin/x=tan

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X=cos

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Cos 2 +? 2 =1

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?=sin

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=

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cot

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tan

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Cos(75)

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Cos45 cos30 - sin45 sin30

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2 x+3 =4

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X=-1

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Log 2 4 =x

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X=2

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Log 2 a-log 2 b

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Log 2

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2log 2 a

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Log 2 a 2

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log x a

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Log x

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What is the amp of y=4sin (x- 2)+3

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Amp=4

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Sin(45)=

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X=

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What is the period of y=4sin(pix)

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2

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What is the period y=4sin(x2)

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What is the vertical shift of y=sin(x)+3

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3

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Asymtope of y=

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X=1

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X int. for x 2 +5+6

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X=-2, x=-3

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Y int. for y=2x+3

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(0,3)

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Vertex of y=(x+4) 2 -2

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(4,2)

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Verticle asymptope

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Y=2

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Verticle Assymptope Y=

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