What are the solutions to `sin(theta) = -0.4321` ? For sin(θ) = -0.4321, 0 ≤ θ ≤ 360° How many solutions are possible? In which quadrants would you find the solutions? Determine the reference...
What are the solutions to `sin(theta) = -0.4321` ?
For sin(θ) = -0.4321, 0 ≤ θ ≤ 360°
- How many solutions are possible?
- In which quadrants would you find the solutions?
- Determine the reference angle for this equation to the nearest degree.
- Determine all the solutions to the equation to the nearest degree.
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Draw the graph and a line at `y=-0.4321`
The line cuts the graph twice in the range, so there are two solutions.
The solutions are in the bottom right quadrant.
The reference angle is the...
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