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Currently an educator for five years in Tucson, Arizona. Have taught Algebra 2, Physics, Physics Honors, AP Physics B, and Freshman Physics. I have a masters in teaching and teacher education from the University of Arizona and I am certified in Arizona to teach in Math and Physics. I have a minor in mechanical engineering and a bachelor degree in Art with an emphasis on animation. I am pursuing a national board certification.
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Interestingly enough, there is only one angle that `sin(\theta)=1` Here's a graph of the sine curve for angles 0 to 360. y=sin(x) At 90°, the sine function outputs 1. At 270, it outputs 1.... 
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Following the rules for the Midpoint Rule and Trapezoidal Rule, which involve breaking the area underneath the curve into evenwidth rectangles or trapezoids. The rectangles in the midpoint rule... 
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D) This is a linear transformation. The distribution will remain the same, however the placement of the graph would be shifted. The transformation that does affect both is multiplication  so if... 
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Snell's Law states `n_1sin\theta_1=n_2sin\theta_2` where n is the index of refraction And `\theta` is the angle of incidence or refraction. For total internal reflection to occur, the beam must go... 
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Snell's Law: `n_1sin(\theta_1)=n_2sin(\theta_2)` let `n_1 = 1.0` (air) and n_2 = 1.6 So, `\theta_1 = 63^o` Solve for `\theta_2` `\theta_2 = sin^(1)(n_1/n_2*sin(\theta_1))` `\theta_2...
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