y = sin(x)
An antikink is a negative 1-soliton solution to the Sine-Gordon equation.
sine wave, with a period of 2pi/w
sin(0) = opposite/hypotenuse
cosecant of C + cosecant of D = -2 sine of (C+D)/2 X sine of (C - D)/2
A wave equation is an equation that repeats y-values infinately creating a wave like pattern, a good example is the sine wave: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sine_wave
Sine allows us to find out what a third side or an angle is using the equation sin(x) = opposite over hypotenuse (x being the angle). Cosine has the same function but instead uses the equation cosine(x)= opposite over adjacent
y = sin (x - 2)
For finding the angles in a right angled triangle the ratios are: sine = opposite divided by the hypotenuse cosine = adjacent divided by the hypotenuse tangent = opposite divided by the adjacent
sine 810 = sine 90 = 1
No. A linear equation is just one type of function.If you graph a linear equation, you get a straight line.A "function" on the other hand can take on many different forms: a straight line, a wave line (the sine function), a parabola, etc.
A periodic wave done using a rope is for example a sine wave. It is the form of Simple Harmonic Motion, and traces the equation y = sin(x) where y=1 and -1 are the peaks.
Sine(A+ B) = Sine(A)*Cosine(B) + Cosine(A)*Sine(B).
Sine 3.3 degrees is about 0.057564. Sine 3.3 radians is about -0.157746. Sine 3.3 grads is about 0.051813.
The sine of 0 is 0.
Sine 153 = 0.806400581
sine 45 = 0.850903525
Sine or sinus.
Sine does not converge but oscillates. As a result sine does not tend to a limit as its argument tends to infinity. So sine(infinity) is not defined.
Sine (pi) is a constant, so the derivative of sine (pi) is zero.
It is f(t) = a*sin(2*pi*375*t) where a is the amplitude and t is the time in seconds.
Simple harmonic motion (SHM( is defined by the second order differential equation: d2y/dt2 = -ky where y is a fubction of time, t and is the displacement (relative to the central position), and k is a positive constant. The equation says is that at any given position of the object undergoing SHM, its acceleration is proportional to its displacement from, and directed towards the central position. The sine and cosine functions are solutions to the differential equation.
sine 40° = 0.642788