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Consider the following points (a,4/5) and (b,4/5) on the graph of y=cos(x) and (a,c) and (b,d) on the graph of y=cos(x+pi/6).

Furthermore, -pi/2

 Jan 19, 2022
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You STILL don't have all of the question posted.....

 Jan 19, 2022
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Ik, I swear when I tried to post this I had the whole thing up, and this is a repost bcz I was trying to see whether it would fix but both times I posted the question nothing was there after the -pi/2. It's supposed to be -pi/2

ImDecentAtMath  Jan 20, 2022
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Try entering it in a different way.   

Or take a photo ofthe whole question and post it on this thread. 

Melody  Jan 20, 2022
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Make sure there is a space after any and all < symbols ... else the forum’s server computer may eat it. 

...Non numeric values are delicious. Yum 

 

GA 

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GingerAle  Jan 20, 2022
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delicious!

laugh  !

asinus  Jan 20, 2022
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Yes, that was what was happening lol. Thx!

ImDecentAtMath  Jan 20, 2022
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This is homework from the A o P S precalculus class.  You should not be posting it.

 Jan 20, 2022
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Are you sure it is. My friend said he came up with it for me. I'm not saying he wouldn't lie to me, but I don't think he would be untruthful. Idk though.

ImDecentAtMath  Jan 20, 2022
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You may be decent at math, but logic ...

 

I'm not saying he wouldn't lie to me, but I don't think he would be untruthful.

 

Honestly, I lie all the time, but I’ll truthfully say, this is a contradiction!

 

 

GA

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GingerAle  Jan 20, 2022
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Now I realize that lol. I was confused on how I should write the sentence and ended up writing a sentence which, as you said, is contradicting itself.

ImDecentAtMath  Jan 20, 2022

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