Q: Why does sin 2pi over 6 radians equal .5?

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Assuming you mean that the pi is not within the sin(2pi), its a vertical shift of +pi

In radians. sin(1.0003) = 0.8416330376 ===================

z = 1 + 0i So |rz| = 1 and az = 0 radians. which allows you to write z = rz*cos(az) + i*sin(az) Then, if y = z1/3 then |y| = |z1/3| = |11/3| = 1 and ay is the angle in [0, 360) such that 3*ay = 0 mod(2*pi) that is, ay = 0, 2pi/3 and 4pi/3 And therefore, Root 1 = cos(0) + i*sin(0) Root 2 = cos(2pi/3) + i*sin(2pi/3) and Root 3 = cos(4pi/3) + i*sin(4pi/3).

[]=theta 1. sin[]=0.5sin[] Subtract 0.5sin[] from both sides.2. 0.5sin[]=0. Divide both sides by 0.5.3. Sin[] =0.[]=0 or pi (radians)

the period is 2pi. period is 2pi/b and the formula is y=AsinBx.

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Assuming the angle is given in radians, it is -0.9939

Two common measures are revolutions per minute, and radians per second. One revolution is 2pi radians. Radians are preferred in science because the radian (57.296 degrees) is the natural measure of angles, because d/dx sin(x) = cos (x) only if x is measured in radians.

It is a trigonometric equation. A = sin-1(7/25) = 0.284 radians.

Assuming you mean that the pi is not within the sin(2pi), its a vertical shift of +pi

In radians. sin(1.0003) = 0.8416330376 ===================

z = 1 + 0i So |rz| = 1 and az = 0 radians. which allows you to write z = rz*cos(az) + i*sin(az) Then, if y = z1/3 then |y| = |z1/3| = |11/3| = 1 and ay is the angle in [0, 360) such that 3*ay = 0 mod(2*pi) that is, ay = 0, 2pi/3 and 4pi/3 And therefore, Root 1 = cos(0) + i*sin(0) Root 2 = cos(2pi/3) + i*sin(2pi/3) and Root 3 = cos(4pi/3) + i*sin(4pi/3).

[]=theta 1. sin[]=0.5sin[] Subtract 0.5sin[] from both sides.2. 0.5sin[]=0. Divide both sides by 0.5.3. Sin[] =0.[]=0 or pi (radians)

the period is 2pi. period is 2pi/b and the formula is y=AsinBx.

You can calculate that on any scientific calculator. Presumably, for any expression that involves "pi" the angle should be in radians, so be sure to set the calculator to radians first.

It depends if you want the answer in radians or degrees. Either way, the answer is -0.984807753 degrees or -0.3056143889 radians.

You do not calculate sin invrse of 50 degrees. You provide a number between -1 and 1 and calculate the sin inverse of that number. The answer you get is usually in radians in you use a calculator which you could convert to degrees if you wish. For example, sin inverse of 1 is 90 degrees. It means sine of 90 degrees is 1. This is how your question would look like. When calculating sin inverse, is the answer in degrees or radians? It is usually in radians but can easily be converted to degrees. Multiply the radians by 180/PI, where PI=3.14159. Example: sin inverse (0.4) = 0.4115 radians which is the same as: (0.4115)(180)/3.14159=23.6 degrees. This means sin of 23.6 degrees is 0.4.

That depends whether 312 is in degrees or in radians. Just open your scientific calculator (there is one included on most computers; don't forget to set it to "scientific"), select the correct angular measurement (usually degrees or radians), and do the calculation.-----If you don't have a scientific calculator you can use google: just enter sin 312 radians or sin 312 degrees.For more general expressions use the link attached below. For example, you can enter sin(312)+cos(312). This site will assume degrees in this instance but offer you the option of calculating the result for radians.