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).
You STILL don't have all of the question posted.....
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
Try entering it in a different way.
Or take a photo ofthe whole question and post it on this thread.
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.
This is homework from the A o P S precalculus class. You should not be posting it.
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.
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!