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Alan Fernando S.
Alan Fernando S. joined Socratic 1 month ago. Alan Fernando S. hasn't written a biography yet.
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How do you graph # y=5+sin(x+20)#?
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How do you sketch the angle #480^circ# in standard position?
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A truss for the roof of a house is constructed from two identical right triangles. Each has a base of 12 feet and height of 4 feet. Find the measure of the acute angle adjacent to the 4-foot side?
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How do I solve log(2x+1) = 1 - log(x-2) ?
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Graph h(x)= x + sin x on [0,2pi]. Explain why the graph appears the way it does?
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Graph h(x)= x + sin x on [0,2pi]. Explain why the graph appears the way it does?
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Graph h(x)= x + sin x on [0,2pi]. Explain why the graph appears the way it does?
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Graph h(x)= x + sin x on [0,2pi]. Explain why the graph appears the way it does?
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Is it possible to factor #y=x^2-4x-3 #? If so, what are the factors?
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Is it possible to factor #y=x^2-4x-3 #? If so, what are the factors?
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