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The latest questions and answers, from members following Math at eNotes.Tue, 30 Jun 2015 15:59:49 PSTen-usThere can be lots of ways to tweet this, but the main steps are pretty...
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There can be lots of ways to tweet this, but the main steps are pretty much the same. Essentially, we are calculating 15 of 0.015, or 15x.0.015. We are doing 0.015 because, with percentage, many times in math problems, we have to convert percentage to a "regular number", moving the decimal point left two places. So, 15 x 0.015 = 0.225. So, that's 0.225 trillion dollars. From there, it isn't uncommon to change the dollars, given we have a...http://www.enotes.com/homework-help/how-much-more-output-does-15-trillion-u-s-economy-459033Tue, 30 Jun 2015 15:59:49 PSTThis is a question of figuring out the percentage, economy or GDP has...
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This is a question of figuring out the percentage, economy or GDP has nothing to do with it. We need to figure out what 1.5% of 15 trillion is. We can either calculate it using percentage or fraction. As percentage: 15 trillion * 1.5%= 15 trillion * (1.5/100) = 0.225 trillion or 225 billion. As fraction: 15% can also be written as 0.15. Thus, 15 trillion * 0.15 = 0.225 trillion or 225 billion. Therefore 1.5% of $15 trillion is $225 billion....http://www.enotes.com/homework-help/how-much-more-output-does-15-trillion-u-s-economy-459033#1Tue, 30 Jun 2015 15:25:14 PSTOhk here is the solution for it `(t^6 + 1)/(t^6 + t^3) ` sol: `(t^6 +...
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Ohk here is the solution for it `(t^6 + 1)/(t^6 + t^3) ` sol: `(t^6 + 1)/(t^6 + t^3)` we have to divide the `(t^6 + 1)` with `(t^6 + t^3)` by long division process Then we get quotient = 1 and remanider = `1-t^3` so , `(t^6 + 1)/(t^6 + t^3)` = `1+ (1-t^3)/(t^6 + t^3)` `= 1- (t^3 -1)/(t^6 + t^3) ` `= 1- (t-1)(t^2+t+1)/(t^3(t+1)(t^2 -t+1)) ` Now the partial decomposition is done using it as follows: => `=1- ((t-1)(t^2+t+1))/(t^3(t+1)(t^2...http://www.enotes.com/homework-help/t-6-1-t-t-t-3-write-out-form-partial-fraction-481625Tue, 30 Jun 2015 04:26:27 PSTGiven the angle = 4 radians = `229.183^@` so this angle is poltted in...
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Given the angle = 4 radians = `229.183^@` so this angle is poltted in the attachment given belowhttp://www.enotes.com/homework-help/4-sketch-each-angle-standard-position-481709Tue, 30 Jun 2015 03:50:32 PSTGiven the angle = 4 radians = `229.183^@` so this angle is poltted in...
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Given the angle = 4 radians = `229.183^@` so this angle is poltted in the attachment given belowhttp://www.enotes.com/homework-help/4-sketch-each-angle-standard-position-481709#2Tue, 30 Jun 2015 03:47:36 PSTGiven angle = `5pi/2` so, `5pi/2 = 5*(90) = 450^@` so the standard...
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Given angle = `5pi/2` so, `5pi/2 = 5*(90) = 450^@` so the standard position of `5pi/2` is as follows in the attachment given belowhttp://www.enotes.com/homework-help/5pi-2-sketch-each-angle-standard-position-481708Tue, 30 Jun 2015 03:44:42 PSTGiven angle = `-2pi/3 = -120^@` so `-120^@ = 360 -120 = 240^@` so if we...
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Given angle = `-2pi/3 = -120^@` so `-120^@ = 360 -120 = 240^@` so if we plot 240^@ then we can get the standard form as follows. plz check the attachment for the standard position of the anglehttp://www.enotes.com/homework-help/2pi-3-sketch-each-angle-standard-position-481707Tue, 30 Jun 2015 03:36:38 PSTGiven angle is `pi/3 = 60 ^@` so the standard position of the angle is...
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Given angle is `pi/3 = 60 ^@` so the standard position of the angle is as in the attachmentshttp://www.enotes.com/homework-help/pi-3-sketch-each-angle-standard-position-481706Tue, 30 Jun 2015 03:31:11 PSTGiven the angle is angle = 1 radian = `114.591 ^@` so there is not...
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Given the angle is angle = 1 radian = `114.591 ^@` so there is not complementary angle of `114.591 ^@` as it is greater than `90^@` the supplimentary angle of `114.591^@` = `180-114.591 = 65.409^@ = 1.141` radianshttp://www.enotes.com/homework-help/2-find-possible-complement-supplement-each-angle-481719Tue, 30 Jun 2015 03:26:43 PSTGiven the angle is angle = 1 radian = `57.295 ^@` so the complementary...
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Given the angle is angle = 1 radian = `57.295 ^@` so the complementary angle of `57.295 ^@` = `90 -57.295 =32.705^@ = 0.5708 radians` the supplimentary angle of `57.295 ^@` = `180-57.295 = 122.705^@ =2.141` radianshttp://www.enotes.com/homework-help/1-find-possible-complement-supplement-each-angle-481718Tue, 30 Jun 2015 03:23:16 PSTGiven `11pi/12 ` the angle `11pi/12` is greater than `pi/2` so we...
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Given `11pi/12 ` the angle `11pi/12` is greater than `pi/2` so we cannot find the complementary angle of it. supplimentary angle of `11pi/12 is = pi-11pi/12 = pi/12` :)http://www.enotes.com/homework-help/11pi-12-find-possible-complement-supplement-each-481717Tue, 30 Jun 2015 03:17:16 PSTGiven `pi/12 ` so the complementary angle of ` pi/12 is = pi/2- pi/12...
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Given `pi/12 ` so the complementary angle of ` pi/12 is = pi/2- pi/12 =6pi/12 -pi/12 = 5pi/12` supplimentary angle of `pi/12 is = pi-pi/12 =11pi/12` :)http://www.enotes.com/homework-help/pi-12-find-possible-complement-supplement-each-481716Tue, 30 Jun 2015 03:13:58 PSTGiven `pi/4 = 180^@ /4 =45^@` so the complementary angle of `45^@ = 90-...
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Given `pi/4 = 180^@ /4 =45^@` so the complementary angle of `45^@ = 90- 45 =45^@ = pi/4` supplimentary angle of `45 ^@ is = 180-45 =135^@= (3*pi)/4`http://www.enotes.com/homework-help/pi-4-find-possible-complement-supplement-each-481715Tue, 30 Jun 2015 03:10:25 PSTTo plot the angle` -750^@` As the angle is greater than 360 . we need to...
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To plot the angle` -750^@` As the angle is greater than 360 . we need to subtract the angle which is given to us with the nearest multiples of `360^@.` so , `-750^@ = 720 -750 = -30^@` Now, `-30^@` is equal to `360 -30 = 330^@` so if we plot the `330^@` it is nothing but` -750^@` but we need the standard position so we have to represent it as follows in the attachment given belowhttp://www.enotes.com/homework-help/750-sketch-each-angle-standard-position-481729Tue, 30 Jun 2015 03:06:18 PSTGiven `pi/3 = 180^@ /3 =60^@` so the complementary angle of `60^@ = 90-...
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Given `pi/3 = 180^@ /3 =60^@` so the complementary angle of `60^@ = 90- 60 =30^@ = pi/6` supplimentary angle of `60 ^@ is = 180-60 =120^@ = 2pi/3`http://www.enotes.com/homework-help/pi-3-find-possible-complement-supplement-each-481714Tue, 30 Jun 2015 02:59:36 PST