Question

Asked Nov 4, 2019

Find the exact value of the expression using the provided information.

Find sin(s - t) given that cos s = 1/2, with s in quadrant I, and with sin t=1/4 in quadrant II

Step 1

We have: Cos s = 1/2, Sin t = 1/4

To find: Sin(s – t)

Step 2

**Formula**:

Tagged in

Q: see attachment

A: Click to see the answer

Q: Given that, sinx=a where x is in quadrant I. What will be the exact value of sin(x+π/6) in terms of...

A: Given:

Q: Use the formula for cos(alpha-beta) to find the exact value of cos6degrees. You do not have to simpl...

A: From the pentagon figure, obtain the value of diagonal as,

Q: Number 33

A: Given,

Q: X 2.4.37 Question Help Solve the right triangle ABC, with C 90° B = в - (Simplify your answers. Type...

A: Sum of the acute angles in right triangle = 90 degree.One angle is A= 33 degree 34'So, B=90 degree -...

Q: Use an Addition or Subtraction Formula to simplify the equation. sin(30) cos(0) cos(30) sin(0) 2 Fin...

A: Given,

Q: Use half angle formulas to fill in the blanks in the identity below: (sin(6x))4= (___________) −1/2c...

A: The half angle formula for sine is,

Q: -3 +7-7I3 0

A: Add 7 to both sides.

Q: Solve the right triangle. P 53.5° P 127 m (Round to one decimal place as needed.) m (Round to the ne...

A: Sum of the acute angles in right triangle = 90 degree.One angle is N= 53.5 degreeSo, M=90 degree - (...