I'm sorry, but you've lost me. We've not done this type of thing in school yet.
I would of rounded and got 7 anyway. But the whole double root thing is just over my head. I don't think we need to know that at moment. I dunno lol. But at least I know how to read the exact value triangles now. :3
What is the difference between calling something x or y?
So what happens when it's like h(x) = f(g(x)) ?
I saw something like that. What's the difference?
Nothing. But there was a third one involved too so that one confused me in class.
Have you sorted the trig question because I can give you exactly the diagrams you need.?
I'll take all the help I can get. Fire away.
AHH. Oh get it now. Much appreciated, a-thank you. :L
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I need help with the ... uhh... I dunno what it's called. But it's like;
g(x) = 1x - 5
f(x) = 4x + 2
And then you've to do f(g(x)).
My problem is subbing it in. My teacher teaches at a fast pace so I've not had time to absort what I have to do so I'm sorry if my descriptions of math are all higglety pigglety.
I know you've to sub it into an equation where there is an "x" but I don't know how to start.
I don't really have a question. ^ It's more understanding of what I'm doing in class. I just need help on how to read the triangles from the picture.
I think your diagram is wrong, you can't have a right-angled triangle of sides 1, 2 and √3, like that since
I think that the hypotenuse should be 2 and the side which is currently 2 should be √3.
The teacher said that diagram was to help us find the angles, I don't really know how to find the answers and stuff.
I think I may have explained myself wrong... uhh... the triangles are related to sin graphs. Like to find the points of degrees. Does that make sense? There's radians involved too.
I got told that Pi = 180 when doing this. Like, if;
(0≤x≤2(Pi)) = (0≤x≤360°)
It's optional to work in either degrees or radians, but I prefer degrees.
Uhh, if you don't mind I would like to go over notes I have received from my maths teacher here. I don't quite understand the way she has put them and I sort of need help with my higher maths, so I'll be putting up stuff here almost daily and would appreciate if you could help me with them. :3
Please note that I am a visual learner and don't really benefit from exercises like, learning games and stuff.
'Kay, first up is exact values. I don't really know on how to find the angle? I know it has to do with Basic trig, graphs and the use of the CAST diagram... I think I'm getting confused with finding points on a graph, but anyway, I know there's the triangle involved (I don't know how to read it) and the table, but that's about it.
Any tips? I know this is a must to learn, so that's why I'm starting with it.
I have Animal Crossing for the DS! I haven't been on it in months. I finished playing after I got all the fish and bugs (hated the tarantula ) and I'm just missing some of the Gyroids. I mean to get it for the Wii.
Me too! The Wii is much better than the DS, I hate the scorpian and tarantula they chase you. O_o
If you get it for the Wii I could tell you what happens if you befriend Brewster. xDD