48 results for "exact".

Question in All questions
Function $f(x) = xe^{ax}$ is sketched and area shaded. Question is to determine the area under graph, exactly and (calculator) to 3 s.f. Area is above xaxis.

Question in Content created by Newcastle University
Seven standard elementary limits of sequences.

Question in Leonardo's workspace
multiple choice testing sin, cos, tan of random(0,90,120,135,150,180,210,225,240,270,300,315,330) degrees

Question in Trignometry
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Question in Algebra
Students seem to freak out when their answer is not written exactly the same as the answer provided. This question tries to enforce that $(xy)=(yx)$ and $\frac{ab}{cd}=\frac{ba}{dc}$

Question in Trignometry
testing sin, cos, tan of angles that are negative or greater than 2pi radians that result in nice exact values.

Question in Trignometry
testing sin, cos, tan of random(0,90,120,135,150,180,210,225,240,270,300,315,330) degrees but in radians

Question in Trignometry
multiple choice testing sin, cos, tan of random(0,90,120,135,150,180,210,225,240,270,300,315,330) degrees

Question in Trignometry
multiple choice testing sin, cos, tan of random(pi/6, pi/4, pi/3) radians

Question in Trignometry
multiple choice testing csc, sec, cot of random(pi/6, pi/4, pi/3) radians

Question in Trignometry
multiple choice testing csc, sec, cot of random(30, 45, 60) degrees

Question in Trignometry
multiple choice testing sin, cos, tan of random(30, 45, 60) degrees

Question in Trignometry
multiple choice testing sin, cos, tan of angles that are negative or greater than 360 degrees that result in nice exact values.

Question in Trignometry
Find the sum of two 2dimensional vectors, graphically and exactly using the parallelogram rule.

Question in MY QUESTIONS
multiple choice testing sin, cos, tan of random(30, 45, 60) degrees

Question in MY QUESTIONS
Function $f(x) = xe^{ax}$ is sketched and area shaded. Question is to determine the area under graph, exactly and (calculator) to 3 s.f. Area is above xaxis.

Question in MY QUESTIONS
testing sin, cos, tan of random(0,90,120,135,150,180,210,225,240,270,300,315,330) degrees but in radians

Question in MY QUESTIONS
testing sin, cos, tan of angles that are negative or greater than 2pi radians that result in nice exact values.

Exam (5 questions) in Maria's workspace
Using the unit circle definition of sin, cos and tan, to calculate the exact value of trig functions evaluated at angles that depend on 0, 30, 45, 60 or 90 degrees.

Question in Engineering Statics
Find the sum of two 2dimensional vectors, graphically and exactly using the parallelogram rule.

Question in Terry's workspace
multiple choice testing sin, cos, tan of angles that are negative or greater than 360 degrees that result in nice exact values.

Question in heike's workspace
Students seem to freak out when their answer is not written exactly the same as the answer provided. This question tries to enforce that $(xy)=(yx)$ and $\frac{ab}{cd}=\frac{ba}{dc}$

Exam (6 questions) in Andreas's workspace
Using the unit circle definition of sin, cos and tan, to calculate the exact value of trig functions evaluated at angles that depend on 0, 30, 45, 60 or 90 degrees.

Question in Katy's workspace
Find the sum of two 2dimensional vectors, graphically and exactly using the parallelogram rule.

Question in Hannah's workspace
Students seem to freak out when their answer is not written exactly the same as the answer provided. This question tries to enforce that $(xy)=(yx)$ and $\frac{ab}{cd}=\frac{ba}{dc}$

Question in Hannah's workspace
Students seem to freak out when their answer is not written exactly the same as the answer provided. This question tries to enforce that $(xy)=(yx)$ and $\frac{ab}{cd}=\frac{ba}{dc}$

Exam (5 questions) in Paul's workspace
Using the unit circle definition of sin, cos and tan, to calculate the exact value of trig functions evaluated at angles that depend on 0, 30, 45, 60 or 90 degrees.

Question in Trigonometry
multiple choice testing sin, cos, tan of angles that are negative or greater than 360 degrees that result in nice exact values.

Question in Sequences and Series
Seven standard elementary limits of sequences.

Exam (5 questions) in Trigonometry
Using the unit circle definition of sin, cos and tan, to calculate the exact value of trig functions evaluated at angles that depend on 0, 30, 45, 60 or 90 degrees.