comprehension check for derivatives of trigonometric functions: a) true or false: if fprime(theta) = -sin(theta), then f(theta) = cos(theta). b) true or false: If theta is one of the non right angles in a right triangle and ЗІЛsin(theta) = 2/3, then the hypotenuse of the triangle must have length 3.

comprehension check for derivatives of trigonometric functions: a) true or false: if fprime(theta) = -sin(theta), then f(theta) = cos(theta). b) true or false: If theta is one of the non right angles in a right triangle and ЗІЛsin(theta) = 2/3, then the hypotenuse of the triangle must have length 3.

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comprehension check for derivatives of trigonometric functions:
a) true or false: if \(\displaystyle{f}{p}{r}{i}{m}{e}{\left(\theta\right)}=-{\sin{{\left(\theta\right)}}},{t}{h}{e}{n}{f{{\left(\theta\right)}}}={\cos{{\left(\theta\right)}}}.\)
b) true or false: \(\displaystyle{I}{f}\theta\) is one of the non right angles in a right triangle and ЗІЛsin(theta) = 2/3ZSK, then the hypotenuse of the triangle must have length 3.

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2020-11-25
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