In class today, the equation to find the horizontal position for the first quadrant was brought up.
- x(t) = 50 cos (9t)
How does this equation work?
Does it work for every value of t? Or does it only work for first quadrant values?
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In class today, the equation to find the horizontal position for the first quadrant was brought up.
How does this equation work?
Does it work for every value of t? Or does it only work for first quadrant values?
Posted by MR. MARTI at 3:11 PM
1 comment:
x(t)=50cos(9t) is a formula used to solve for t in other words.. Time. However im not sure if it is just for the first quadrant values.. Help?
Is it and why?
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