1. If sin(alpha)=1/5 where alpha is in quadrant II, find the remaining five trigonometric functions of alpha.
2. Given that sin(alpha)= -2/3 and cos(alpha)= -root5/3>0, find the remaining four trigonometricfunctions.
3. Sketch a graph of y=3cos(2theta+pi) using either transformations or the "5 key points" method. Be

One of the archaeologists you interviewed for your article is graphing asymptotes to illustrate the data generated through carbon dating the half-life of fossil specimens. Help him with his work by solving these problems:
1. Explain and contrast the types of asymptotes considered for rationalfunctions.
2. B

Asymptotes for rationalfunctions: f(x) = P(x)/Q(x). Given the formula, reconstruct a rational function based on the following pieces of information:
1. The rational function has two vertical asymptotesand one oblique (slant) asymptote.
2. One vertical asymptote is at x = - 5
3. The second vertical asymptote, which crosses

I have been asked to explain and contract the types of asymptotes considered for rationalfunctions. I have located the following but truly am having a difficulty understanding it. Thus, I have no idea what the below means unfortunately and I am therefore truly at a loss. Hopefully a better understanding of this will assist

I need some help with how to answer this question:
Find f(g(x)) and g(f(x)) and determine whether the pair of functions f and g are inverse of each other:
f(x)=8x+8 and g(x)= x-8/8
a) f(g(x))= (simplify)
b) g(f(x))= (simplify)
c) f and g are inverse or are not inverse of each other

One of the archeologists you interviewed for your article is graphing asymptotes to illustrate the data generated through carbon dating the half-life of fossil specimens. Help him with his work by solving these problems:
Explain and contrast the types of asymptotes considered for rationalfunctions.
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