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State the amplitude of the function $y=1/3cos(x-2)$:
1. $1/3$
2. $pi$
3. $-2$
4. $-pi$
5. none of these are correct
Which of the following is not equivalent to $cos(pi/5)$?
1. $cos((-pi)/5)$
2. $cos((9pi)/5)$
3. $cos((4pi)/5)$
4. $cos((11pi)/5)$
A circular pathway is created with a diameter of 20 feet. If the pathway makes an arc of $210deg$ how long is the pathway?
1. $210 \ "ft"$
2. $(7pi)/6$
3. $(35pi)/3 \ "ft"$
4. $35 \ "ft"$
On the graph $y=sec (x-pi/4); [-pi,pi]$, the vertical asymptotes are located at $x=$
1. $pi and 2pi$
2. $-pi/2 and pi/2$
3. $-pi/4 and (3pi)/4$
4. $-(3pi)/2 and -pi/4$
5. none of these are correct
If $y=-3tan(2x)$, then the parent function is being:
1. compressed vertically, stretched horizontally
2. stretched vertically, stretched horizontally, reflected over the x-axis
3. stretched veritcally, compressed horizontally, and shifted down
4. stretched vertically, compressed horizontally, and reflected over the x-axis
5. none of these are correct
If the base graph of $y=cosx$ was stretched to an amplitude of 4 and a period of $3pi$, the new function would be:
1. $y=1/4 cos 3x$
2. $y=4+cos (3/2 x)$
3. $y=cos (3x-4)$
4. $y=4cos(2/3 x)$
5. none of these are correct
The period for the function $y=-4+2cot(1/3 x-pi)$ is equal to:
1. $pi$
2. $3pi$
3. $(9pi)/2$
4. $pi/3$
5. none of these are correct
Using SOH CAH TOA, what does CAH stand for?
1. cosine=opposite/hypotenuse
Which expression is equivalent to $(sin2theta)/(1-cos2theta)$ ?
1. $sin theta$
2. $cot theta$
3. $csc theta$
4. $cos theta$
1. $(9pi)/2$
2. $(3pi)/8$
3. $(12)/(5pi)$
4. $(7pi)/6$
5. none of these are correct
Find $sec(495)$.
1. $-sqrt(2) / 2$
2. $1$
3. $− sqrt2$
4. $-1$
On a 30-60-90 triangle, if the short leg measures $2x$ in length, then the long leg must be equal to                          .
1. $4x$
2. $sqrt(2x)$
3. $2xsqrt3$
4. $(sqrtx)/2$
5. none of these are correct
Convert $(13pi)/36$ to degrees:
1. 90
2. 125
3. 65
4. 275
5. none of these are correct
Determine the reference angle for an angle that is in standard position and the terminal side intersects the point $(-6,2)$ (round to one decimal place):
1. $123.7deg$
2. $56.3deg$
3. $47.8deg$
4. $18.4deg$