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It is the locus of combinations of the interest rate and the level of real national income for which desired aggregate expenditure equals actual national income.So calle…d because, in a closed economy with no government, it also reflects the combinations of the interest rate and national income for which investment equals saving, I=S. In general, it reflects points for which injections equal withdrawals. (MORE)

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The sine of 180 degrees is 0. Remember, the sine value on a unit circle is the y-value. If you find f(pi) in the function f(x)=sin(x), you will get zero as an answer.

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its a type of sine bar . it is used in metrology lab .from this equipment we can find tapered angle of a conical spcimen

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It would help if I knew a little more information about what you're looking for, in order to better answer your question, but here are the basics. For a right triangle, give…n one of the angles that is not the 90° angle: sine is the ratio of the length of the side opposite the angle divided by the length of the hypotenuse.cosine is the ratio of the length of the side adjacent to the angle divided by the length of the hypotenuse. One way to remember this is: Sine, Cosine, Tangent; then think of Old Harry Always Has Old Apples. Sine = O/H, Cosine = A/H, and Tangent = O/A, where O is the Opposite side, A is the Adjacent side, and H = Hypotenuse. Another one that somebody taught me is: Oh Heck Another Hour Of Algebra. Pick whatever helps you to remember. (MORE)

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That is the correct spelling of the trigonometric ratio "sine" (opposite over hypotenuse). The sound-alike word is "sign" (a display, an indication, or to add a signature).

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the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent colrs just silver gold and black

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The law of sines is used to find missing values in triangles. The formula is a/sinA=b/sinB=c/sinC. The idea behind the equation is that the larger an angle is the larger the s…ide across from it will be and the smaller the angle the smaller the side across from it will be. Once you have set up your equation you can easily solve your equation with some simple algebra and a calculator. See the related link. (MORE)

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A sine curve/sine wave looks like a long half moon with another running over it starting in approximately the middle of the first and continuing. Wish I could draw how it look…s on an oscilliscope Draw a long mound on a paper several times connected together. The go back to the first mound and start the same mound line in the middle of the first and loop over the next,etc.etc It looks like a circle that is bisected into 2 semicircles, then had the top semicircle rotated 180 degrees such that both semicircles are connected at only one point. Aaarrghhh! You can plot it using a construction based on a circle divided into segments, from the intersections of radii and circumference. Alternatively plot it as amplitude against angle using a scientific calculator or sine table: for one complete cycle of the wave the turning-points are 1 and -1 at 90 and 270 degrees respectively, it equals 0 at 0, 180 and 360 degrees. Or use Excel! It does NOT look like 2 semicircles at all! It is not a set of circular arcs! The curve starts concave, becomes almost straight for an infinitesimal section then goes convex as it approaches the turning-point. Simple ripples on a pond, or deep ocean swell unaffected by local wind, follow the same form. (MORE)

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The reciprocal of sine is sin(-1). -1 being above the sin in small text like a squared number. * * * * * NO! sin-1 is the inverse function of sin, and that is not the …same as the reciprocal. The reciprocal of sin(x) is 1/(sin(x) which is cosec(x). The following simple example will illustrate the difference between a reciprocal and inverse. Consider the function which doubles the value of its argument. That is f(x) = 2x The inverse of f(x) is the function g which halves its argument ie g(x) = x/2. The function g(x) reverses the action of f(x) and f(x) reverses g(x). Thus f[g(x)] = x for all x. The reciprocal of f(x) is 1/f(x) = 1/2x. So that for any value x, f(x) multiplied by its reciprocal (if it exists) always equals 1. (MORE)

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The domain of the sine function is all real numbers, or (-∞, ∞). Note the curly brackets around this interval, when a domain or range includes positive or negative infinit…y, it is never inclusive. (MORE)