# On the unit circle define the sine function by using the distance walked as the input and the y coordinate as the output?

Yes, but only if the argument of the sine function is in radians.

### Define what the circumference of a circle?

The circumference of a circle is the distance around it.

### What is a sine in mathematics?

A function that depends on the value of an angle. One way to define it is with a unit circle (a circle with center in the coordinate origin, and radius of 1). To the right is zero, from there, a positive angle is counterclockwise. In this case, the sine is simply the y-coordinate, and the cosine is the x-coordinate of the point on the circle where the ray of the angle crosses the circle. The… Read More

### What is a center coordinate of 2 points known circle?

Knowing two points on a circle does not define a unique circle, so it is impossible to find the centre of the circle as there are infinitely many centres possible.

### Why cos negative results positive?

It doesn't really. Depending on the exact value of the argument, the cosine function can give both positive and negative results, for a negative argument. As to "why" the sine, or cosine, functions have certain values, just look at the function definition. Take points on a unit circle. The sine represents the y-coordinate for any point on the circle, while the cosine represents the x-coordinate for such a point. (There are also other ways to… Read More

### Shortest distance between two points on the earth?

The two points and the centre of the earth define a plane, and the intersection of this plane with the surface of the earth is a circle - the "Great Circle". The shortest distance between the two points is the smaller of the two arcs on this circle.

### Can you define a function inside a function?

No. Functions should be defined separately. So you would not define a function within a function. You can define one function, and while defining another function, you can call the first function from its code.

### Define radius of a circle?

In order to fully understand what the radius of a given circle is, you must know the diameter. The diameter is the distance across the circle through the center. The radius of a circle is half the diameter. For example, if the diameter of a circle is 8 inches, then the radius would be 4 inches.

### Define slope of a line?

The change in the Y coordinate over the change in the X coordinate of any two points on a line.

### Can you define a function in a function in C?

we can't define a function in c,because the compiler doesn't allow it.

### Define the function of the preceding components in a network?

Define the function of the preceding components in a network?

### Define the center of a circle?

The center of a circle is the point from which all points on the circle are equidistant.

### A set of points in the xy coordinate meets two conditions as described. The y coordinate is positive the sum if the coordinate is greater than -2?

The conditions define a region in the plane.

### What is a pair of numbers used to locate a point?

A pair of numbers used to locate a point is known as a coordinate pair. In the ordinary number plain this might be (0,0) or (1.5, 4) Any two coordinate pairs allow you to define a line. Higher numbers of coordinate pairs allow you to define shapes or paths

### What is the definition of coordinates?

Coordinates define ranges and positions (points) in a coordinate plane system.

### Does the radius come before the diameter?

Both the radius and the diameter are measurements which define a circle. The diameter is the distance straight across a circle from one edge to the other, passing through the midpoint of the circle. The radius is half of the diameter. Therefore, it is incorrect to say that either comes before the other.

### How do you get initial velocity without acceleration?

Define a moving coordinate system with respect to a stationary object.

### Define point function and path function?

Point function and path function are found in Thermodynamics.

### What is 5 parts of a circle?

There are five parts of a circle. They are- 1.Radius: It is the parts of the circle that be defined as the distance between the center of the cirlce and a point on the circle. 2.Diameter: It is the parts of the circle that be defined as the distance between the two point on the circle which cross through the center of the circle. Note: Every diameter of a circle is a chord; however, not… Read More

### Standard equation of a circle with 2 points?

Two points do not provide enough information to define a circle: a minimum of three points is required to uniquely define a circle unless one of the points happens to be the centre and the other is on the circle. In that case, however, it is necessary to know which is which.

### What is the difference between library function and user define function?

library function is a pre-defined function

### What do you mean by member function?

When you declare a class and define a function inside the class, that function is called a member function.

### Pi is a mathematical constant related to circle define Pi?

Ratio of the perimeter of a circle (circumference) to its diameter

### What is mathematical phrase for a circle?

You can define a circle as the locus (set) of all points equidistant from a given point.

### What does the r in the circumference formula?

The variable r in geometry equations referrs to the radius. The radius is the distance between the center of the circle and its edge, such that 2 x r = d where d = diameter (width). You can define the size or volume of a circle or sphere simply by knowing its radius.

### What is overloading function?

Overloading a function is when you define a different function, identified only by differences on class affiliation or argument list, that does something different. Philosophically, you should do something similar, but that is not a constraint; it is only a recommendation from the point of view of sane code design. An example might be a function that computes the area. The area of a circle is different from the area of a square, but the… Read More

### Define parent function?

A parent function refers to the simplest function as regards sets of quadratic functions

### How do you find the volume of a donut by volume of solids of revolution method?

A volume of a donut is essentially a donut rotating around the f(x) axis. You can define a semi circle function, rotate it, then double the result.

### Why are drawing coordinates important?

Coordinates are important as they define the start and end points of a line, thus allowing a distance and direction to be known. Coordinates can either be based off a global coordinate system such as the UTM mapping projection, our as is more common in architectural projects, a local coordinate system, where a point on our near your site serves as an origin (0,0,0) or some other arbitrary number.

### Can you define a function within a structure?

No, it is the other way around: you can define a structure within a function. In C++ though, structs are actually classes, so they can have methods.

### What is the shortest most direct route between any two points on te surface of the earth?

Assuming the earth to be a perfect sphere, the shortest distance is an arc of the great circle. The two places and the centre of the earth define a plane. The great circle is the circle formed by the intersection of that plane and the surface of the earth. The shortest route between the two places is the smaller of the two arcs along that circle.

### What is the magnification of plane mirror?

Magnification can be define as the ratio of image distance to object distance.

### What is the best way to define work?

Force applied over a distance is the best way to define work.

### Define function why do you use function?

function is a self contained sub-block statement.it is used to save the memory space.

### What is well behaved wave function?

The wave function which is define for a particular wave is called a well behaved wave function.

### What is the way by which you can make the user defined the size of the arrays?

By using the library function #define A[] we can define the size of arrays

### How do you define a tissue?

A tissue is a group of cells that perform a function. Groups of cells that are similar in structure and function.

### How do you define working distance?

Working distance or WD is the distance between each objective and the specimen, when precise focus of the specimen is obtained.

### How to know whether the function is user define function or library function?

You don't have to know. Library functions are also written by somebody, aren't they?

### How do you design inline function as a member function?

You define the function at the same time you declare it, usually in the header file, sometimes in an .hpp file.

### Define the diameter of a circle?

a straight line passing from side to side through the center

### Define interaction force and interaction distance?

interaction force is the interaction in a force, and interaction distance is the distance in interaction there for its all said in the name.

### What kind of function does the AND gate define?

NUCLEUS- FUNCTION IT A KIND CELL COME WITH PLANT CELL &ANIMAL CELL