Solve for x if (-sin x)^4+(cos x)^4 =1. Please explain with all steps.

# Solve for x if (-sin x)^4+(cos x)^4 =1. Please explain with all steps.

• MATH

Solve for x if (-sin x)^4+(cos x)^4 =1. Please explain with all steps.

(-sinx)^4 + (c0sx)^4 = 1 we know that sinx = -sinx ==> (sinx)^4 + (cosx)^4 =1 Complete the square: ==> (sin^2 x + cos^2 x)^2 – 2sin^2 x cos*2 x =1 ==> But we know that sin^2 x + cos^2 x…

• A PASSAGE TO INDIA

How a misunderstanding grew between Aziz and Fielding centering Adela ?

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• THE CRUCIBLE

In The Crucible, what are three adjectives that describe and contrast Rebecca Nurse and John…

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• A PASSAGE TO INDIA

What is Fielding’s reaction to Aziz after Adela’s accusation agaisnt him ?

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• MACBETH

Is Macbeth more ambitious or Lady Macbeth in the play?

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• SCIENCE

Why do we feel dizzy sometimes when we stand up too fast.

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• COMPUTER/TECHNOLOGY

What is AXE Telephone Exchange by Ericcsson, a computer or a Plant & Machinery?It is a…

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• A PASSAGE TO INDIA

Describe shortly the character Mr. Fielding from the point of view of Aziz.

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• MATH

Solve : log8 + 1 = log(x+2) + logx

Now we have the equation: log 8 + 1 = log(x+2) + logx We use the rule for the logarithms of products which states that log a*b = log a + log b. So log 8 + 1 = log(x+2) + log x => log 8 + log 10…

• MATH

Solve the equation (4^x – 1 )*[log 2 (4x)] = 0

Here, we use the property of logarithms for products, which is log a*b = log a + log b. log 2 (4x) = log 2 (4) + log 2 (x) = log 2 (2^2) + log 2 (x) = 2 + log 2 (x) Now the equation (4^x – 1 )*[log…

• A PASSAGE TO INDIA

Does E.M Forster see any possibility of uniting the East with the West in the characters of Aziz…

I believe Forster intends to imply in this novel that the culture clash between the Indians and the British can only be overcome on a personal level through friendships. Fielding and Aziz both want…

• OEDIPUS REX

Discuss dramatic irony and how it contributes to the theme and overall tragic vision of Oedipus…

First of all, remember that dramatic irony occurs when the audience knows something the characters do not know. Consider then, that the most significant point of the story is the fact that Oedipus…

• SCIENCE

What is a constant boiling mixture?

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In Paradise Lost does Milton ever show real symapathy for Satan? Do we get any autobiographical…

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• MATH

Write as an addition of 2 irreducible fractions (3x-2)/(x-3)(x+1)

Let (3x-2/(x-3)(x+1) = A/(x-3)+B/(x+1) .The right side is the sum of two irreduces fractions We decide A and B, as follows: Multiply both sides by (x-3) and (x+1) . Then we get: 3x-2 =…

• HISTORY

Did American ideals set forth in the Declaration of Independence, or actual historical events…

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• MATH

Solved eq. x^3-x^2+8x+10=0 and had solutions 3i+1, 1-3i is correct?

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• SCIENCE

Why should scientists consider the impact their work will have on human before proceeding with…

I would think that scientists are bound by an ethical code of conduct to consider the impact of their work before proceeding with it. I think of the scientists who helped develop the atomic bomb…

• PATRICK KAVANAGH

how does Patrick Kavanagh demonstrate the desire in turning the ordinary day things into the…

There are some queer and terrible things in The Great Hunger, but it lacks the nobility and repose of poetry.’

• FAUST

I how can I form a thesis that states Goethe’s version of Job is definetly more captivating. By…

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• A THEORY OF JUSTICE

Define the role “the veil of ignorance” plays in Rawls’ theory. According to Rawls theory “the…

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• TEACHERS

What are some strategies to use to get students to read curriculum books in school from K-12?What…

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Discuss the cardinal utility theory.

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• THE SCARLET IBIS

i need to find a paradox, theme, and personification in the scarlet ibis…help?i have been…

THEME Clearly, there is a theme of pride that conflicts with love in this short story as the narrator himself admits that his pride drives him to demand of Doodle that of which he is incapable….

• POETRY

Write a critical appreciation of “Anger Lay by Me” by Elizabeth Daryush.

The metrical rhythm in “Anger Lay By Me” is for the most part iambic (^ /) tetrameter (four feet), but Daryush does begins the first and second stanzas with an interesting variation to the meter….

• ANIMAL FARM

In Animal Farm, what advantages are there for the animals in running their own farm?

We are given the answer to this question in Chapter 2 of this great novel. After the initial enthusiasm of having carried out the revolution successfully, the animals at first experience many…

• HILLS LIKE WHITE ELEPHANTS

In “Hills Like White Elephants”, does the sympathy of the author lie more with one character than…

You have touched on one of the excellent elements of this short story. It is clear that Hemmingway, in choosing to tell the story, remains very distant from the dialogue and action. This story has…

• THE CRUCIBLE

In The Crucible, why has Goody Proctor turned Abigail out of the Proctor household?

The answer is very strongly hinted at in Act 1 but certainly it is made explicit by the end of the play. At the beginning of the play, when we are introduced to a desperate Parris trying to work…

• HOMER

What key traits do the stories seek to impart to the listeners?…

If we use the article as a reference, the stories’ primary impact on the listener is to suggest that Homer’s works went very far in defining the Greek culture. The article asserts this at several…

• HOMER

Why were Homer’s masterpieces used as standard texts for the education of generations of Greek…

Simply put, Homer’s texts were seen as tools of education of Greek males because they represented the very best that Greek males were meant to epitomize. The article makes specific mention of…

• ESSAY LAB

Can someone give me a sample of how to write an editorial title and article on the topic solar…

• NIGHT

In Night, there are several discussions about resistance by the prisoners. Why do you think…

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• TOP GIRLS

How you think the work “Top Girls” might be different if it had been written by a man? Think not…

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• THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

What type of music would Holden Caulfield be interested in today?What are some songs that Holden…

It might be easier to start with some songs Holden Caulfield wouldn’t like. Holden Caulfield likely wouldn’t like anything “phony” which would likely include most up and coming artists that got…

• MATH

Find f ‘(c) by forming the difference quotient [f(c+h)-f(c)]/h and taking the limit as h=>0….

To calculate the value of the first derivative in a given point, c = 1, we’ll have to apply the limit of the ratio: limit [f(x) – f(1)]/(x-1), when x tends to 1. We’ll substitute f(x) and we’ll…

• MATH

Differentiate the function by forming difference quotient [f(x+h)-f(x)]/h and taking the limit as…

To calculate the value of the first derivative in a given point, h = 0, we’ll have to apply the limit of the ratio: limit [f(x+h)-f(x)]/h, when h tends to 0. We’ll calculate the value of f(x+h) and…

• SCIENCE

What is the definition of polymerization?can you explain this question according to 8 th grade

Polymers consists of long chains of small molecules called monomers. There are millions of natural polymers known and thousands of man-made polymers have been created to play many functions. One of…

• DOE SEASON

At what point does “the extraordinary moment of recognition” occur in “Doe Season”?

The moment of extraordinary recognition occurs when Andy realizes that her father has killed the deer, she helped, and she does not like hunting after all. Andy is a nine year old girl who wants to…

• THE SNIPER

What is the sniper’s perspective on the situation? Is he cautious, give the…

In the story, “The Sniper,” the point of view is third person, limited. The main character in the story is a sniper. He is on a rooftop where he can see a portion of the city laid out in front of…

• OEDIPUS REX

Discuss verbal irony and how they contribute to the theme and overall tragic vision of Oedipus…

You have, of course, identified what this play is absolutely famous for and one of the reasons why it is such a work of art. The play consists almost entirely of dramatic dialogue. But in this work…

• THE SNIPER

Question on Point of View. What is the Sniper’s situation?

The story is written in the third person, limited point of view. The sniper is involved in civil war in Ireland, between the Republican army and the Free Staters. The sniper has been in service…

• THE SNIPER

Why do you think the author chose to “call” the main character as he did?

If by “call” you mean why did the author portray the character in the way he did, with the ending the story has, my impression would be that O’Flaherty is trying to impress upon the reader, not…

• SONGS OF INNOCENCE AND OF EXPERIENCE

blake attitudeComment on blake’s attitude towards Christianity and the British society of his time?

As you read through the poems in The Songs of Innocence and The Songs of Experience you can find lots of poems that deal with the topics in this post. “The Lamb” and “The Tyger” are about…

• FRANKENSTEIN

How does Mary Shelley portray education through the mind of the creature?

I edited this question as we can only answer one per day. You are welcome to post a separate question on behalf of another character. Education is a very important topic in Frankenstein because we…

• SINCLAIR ROSS

what happened on the last part of the story “THE LAMP AT NOON”? i just like to know about what…

The mom (Ellen) became crazy from the wind. She ran away from the farm, just like in John’s visions. She then got tugged at by the wind (remember, this was in a sand storm), and her baby died-…

• HISTORY

How did the Renaissance, Reformation and Great Awakening contribute to the establishment of the…

This is a loaded question. I think that the Renaissance ideals of extolling the individual and the power that the individual can possess is something that is seen in the Constitution’s affirmation…

• MATH

Simplify the ratio? 8: 3/4Show full working out and eplain the steps to how you got the answer.

The ratio given is 8:(3/4). Normally the ratio i in the simplest form is in lowest possible integer form. A ratio is same if we multiply or divide its(ratio’s) ordered pair of numbers by an equal…

• MATH

Geometry-Conditional statementsdoes anyone have a simple explanation for conditional statements?

While I’m not a math expert, I have been on e-notes for a few years. My advice would be to post a question on the e-notes question forum. Here you will find many expert teachers who can not only…

• 1984

How does Winston Smith try to take control of his confusion? Explain how his actions are an…

Indirect characterization is a literary technique that helps the reader make judgments about a character’s quality, personality, and values directly based on their actions, thoughts, feelings, and…