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A force of 3kgf is just sufficient to pull a block of 5kgf .Find the coefficient of friction and angle of Friction?

A hexagon has five angles that measure 140° each. What is the measure of the sixth angle?

How do you solve #sqrt3csc(9x)7=5#?

How do you use implicit differentiation to find an equation of the tangent line to the curve #x^2 + 2xy − y^2 + x = 39# at the given point (5, 9)?

How do you differentiate # f(x) =1 (sec x/ tan x)^2
#?

What are the points of inflection, if any, of #f(x)=xsin^2x # on [0,2pi]?

How do you simplify #sqrt(8/36)#?

If a particle makes 1.5 revolution in a circular path of radius 2cm. The angular displacement is...??

How do you find a standard form equation for the line perpendicular to line x7y=9 and point(5,4)?

How do you find the slope of the line passing through the points A(4, 2) and B(2, 4)?

How do you convert #1=(x+4)^2+(2y+9)^2# into polar form?

Points #(5 ,4 )# and #(2 ,2 )# are #(5 pi)/4 # radians apart on a circle. What is the shortest arc length between the points?

If your starting salary were $40,000 and you received a 3% increase at the end of every year for 15 years, what would be the in dollars, you would have earned over the first 16 years that you worked?

Please solve with a detailed explanation?

Prove that (a) #sin(x(3pi)/2)=cosx# and (b) #sin(thetapi/3)+cos(thetapi/6)=sintheta#?

What is #f(x) = int xsinx^2 + tan^2x cosx dx# if #f(pi)=2 #?

How do you find sin2 theta? Where theta is in the fourth quadrant.

What is the equation of the tangent line of #f(x)=cos^3x^2 # at #x=0#?

How do I solve 1=2cos(3X5pi) for (0,2pi)?

What is the distance between the following polar coordinates?: # (8,(23pi)/12), (5,(3pi)/8) #

1÷sin^4x+cos^4x+sin^2xcos^2x.how will you integrate this?

If alpha and beta are the zeros of x^2+pc+q, find
(Alpha/beta +2)(beta/alpha+2) ?

How do you find the value?

How do you solve f(x)=a(2^kx) with f(0)=10 and f(3)=640. Find f(2).?

How do you solve #4x + 10 ≤ 46#?

Question #48767

How do you find the integral of #int 1/(1 + tan(x))#?

Express #4x^2+32x+55# in the form #(ax+b)^2+c#, where a, b and c are constants and a is positive?

Equation of all lines passing through the intersection of lines #2x + 3y 5=0# and #x+y2=0# is given by #(2x + 3y5) + lambda(x+y2) = 0#, of all these lines one line is farthest from point #(7,4)# the value of #lambda# is?