What is the sine of 180?
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.
To find which angle has a sine of 0.13, you calculate arcsin or sin^-1(0.13) =7.47 degrees 7.47 degrees has a sine of 0.13. There is also another angle , below 360 , has a sine of 0.13. Subtract 7.47 from 180. 180-7.47 = 172.53 degrees also has a sine of 0.13.
It is simply the sine of the supplementary angle. If x is an angle measuring (90, 180) degrees, then sin(x) = sin(180 - x).
input voltage 180 sine graph while output voltage inverse of 180 degrees sine phase.
The sine of an angle between 0 and 180 degrees is positive. The sine of an angle between 180 degrees and 360 degrees is negative. At 0, 180 and 360 degrees the sine is 0. The sine is a periodic function with period 360 degrees, so angles differing by a multitude of 360 degrees have the same sine. Hence, for instance, the sines of the angles 0, 360, 720, ... are equal, namely 0. In… Read More
When you subtract theta from 180 ( if theta is between 90 degrees and 180 degrees) you will get the reference angle of theta; the results of sine theta and sine of its reference angle will be the same and only the sign will be different depends on which quadrant the angle is located. Ex. 150 degrees' reference angle will be 30 degrees (180-150) sin150=1/2 (2nd quadrant); sin30=1/2 (1st quadrant) 1st quadrant: all trig functions… Read More
3060 degrees is eight and a half revolutions. So the sine of 3060 degrees is the same as the sine of 180 degrees (half a revolution) sin 180 = 0
If you mean the sine function, it is dependent on an angle. For example, the sine of an angle of zero degrees is zero; the sine of an angle of 90 degrees is one; for an angle of 180 degrees, the sine is again 0; if you make a graph, you get a curve that looks like a wave. In general, the values the sine function can take are between 1 and -1, inclusive.
How do you find the sine of 180 because an angle of 180 degrees would be impossible or is it just under the assumption that if 180 degree angles were possible it would be 0?
180 degrees is a straight line and not imposible to draw with a ruler. sin 180 degrees is 0
Both the sine and the inverse sine (and similar trigonometric functions) are complicated to calculate. Therefore, you either look it up in a table, or use a scientific calculator. Some values, you should know by heart. Let's try an example: sin x = 0. This asks for the inverse sine, and you can have a calculator calculate it. But you should already know that the sine of 0 is zero, so that is one solution… Read More
It means that the angle in question is any multiple of 180 degrees.
Sine of an angle cannot be 2, as you must be knowing, sin90=1, u may conclude that sin180=2. but 180 degree cannot be an angle of a triangle,
sin(180) = 0, cos(180) = -1. You can get those results on any scientific calculator, including the one that comes with Windows. Just make sure that the angle measurement is set to degrees.
This question makes no sense as the specified condition cannot occur. The phase shift between a sine wave and a cosine wave is always 90 degrees, by definition.
An inverter, or inverting amplifier inverts the signal (hence the name). So if you have a sine wave in (start at zero, increase to 100%, then drop back down to zero...), you will get a negative sine wave out (start at zero, decrease to -100%, then increase back to zero...). This is equivalent to saying the input is phase shifted 180 degrees.
It stands for the ratio 1/tangent. This is equivalent to cosine/sine except where the angle is k*180 degrees for all integers k.
It ll be a square wave,180' phase lag/lead with respect to input,..........................it mainky depends on the propagation delay of the input
Frequency = 1/period . You seem to be suggesting that each complete cycle of the sine wave lasts 180 milliseconds. If that's so, then Frequency = 1/0.180 = 55/9 Hz
No, not at all. Single phase power consists of two "hot" conductors whose sine waves are 180 degrees apart. Three phase power has three "hot" conductors whose sine waves are 120 degrees apart. The voltage level has nothing to do with it.
What are the other two angles and its 3rd side of a triangle having an angle of 48 degrees opposite to side 15.3 cm with an adjacent RHS of 17.6 cm?
Let the angles be A B C and their opposite sides be a b c and so:- Angle A = 48 degrees Using the sine rule angle B = 58.7 degrees Angle C: 180-468-58.7 = 73.7 degrees Using the sine rule side c = 19.7 cm Alternatively: 180-58,7 = 121.3 which then is angle B and so:- Angle A = 48 degrees Angle B = 121.3 degrees Angle C: 180-48-121.3 = 10.7 degrees Using the… Read More
Sine is = to opposite side/hypotenuse, using a triangle with sides of opposite ~ 1, adjacent ~ 1 and hypotenuse ~ root(2), hypotenuse is always positive, hypotenuse = root(adjacent.squared * opposite.squared) if either is negative, squaring them brings it back to a positive and as the opposite side is the rise from the base line ( 0 degrees through to 180 degrees) it is positive in both quadrants 1 and 2 in quadrant 1, sine=… Read More
sine 810 = sine 90 = 1
Sine(A+ B) = Sine(A)*Cosine(B) + Cosine(A)*Sine(B).
It is like the sine graph except that, instead of going below the x-axis between π and 2π radians (180 and 360 degrees), it is reflected in the x-axis. An d so on: every time the sine graph would have gone below the x-axis, this one has the reflected shape above the axis.
Sine 3.3 degrees is about 0.057564. Sine 3.3 radians is about -0.157746. Sine 3.3 grads is about 0.051813.
Sine does not converge but oscillates. As a result sine does not tend to a limit as its argument tends to infinity. So sine(infinity) is not defined.
1 + cos(x) = sin(x) First of all, since you didn't include the argument of the sin or cos in the question, we sadly suspect that you have little clue as to what you're looking for, or what a solution will look like. ==> You need to find an angle whose sine is 1 greater than its cosine. The numerical values of both the sine and cosine functions range from -1 to +1. No angle… Read More
What is the height of a triangle when the distance between angles 62 degrees and 48 degrees is 1.8 cm?
There is probably a trick that I don't know (can't think of at the moment), but you can use the sine rule and sine ratio: The third angle is 180° - (62° + 48°) = 70° and is opposite the side of length 1.8cm. The side opposite the 48° can be found using the sine rule: a/sin A = b/sin B → a = b × sin A/sin B = 1.8 cm × sin48° /… Read More
Just like the sine function displaced by pi/2. In other words the cosine equals 1 at 0 degrees, 0 at 90 degrees, -1 at 180 and so on.
For angles greater than 360 degrees, subtract multiples of 360 so that the relevant angle (the remainder) is between 0 and 360 degrees. Then For 90 < x â‰¤ 180 deg, sin(x) = sin(180-x) For 180 < x â‰¤ 270 deg, sin(x) = -sin(x-180) For 270 < x â‰¤ 360 deg, sin(x) = -sin(360-x)
Sine (pi) is a constant, so the derivative of sine (pi) is zero.
It's not. The sine of 32 degrees is approximately 0.53. The sine of 59 degrees is approximately 0.86. For a definition of sine, see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trigonometric_function .
The grammar in this phrase is wrong - it should be 'sine metu' ('sine' is a preposition that takes the ablative case. 'Sine metu' means 'without fear.'
a)set of sine waves b)set of sine waves with phase zero
The sine of 0 is 0.
Sine 153 = 0.806400581
sine 45 = 0.850903525
Sine or sinus.
Divide -900 by 360, and the remainder will be the angle you need to find the sine of: -900 / 360 = -2.5 --> -900 = 360*(-2 - 0.5), so sine(-180Â°) = sine(-900Â°). sine(-180Â°) = 0
The 'best' conditions for doing this is when you have two angles... add them together and the difference between their total and 180 degrees is the magnitude of the remaining angle. Otherwise, if you have one angle and the lengths of two sides you can use the sine rule. This states that the length of each side, divided by the sine of the angle opposite it, is equal to the length of any other side… Read More
Well, a pure sine wave can only be produced as a pure sine wave. If it was modified to begin with, it would never be a pure sine wave. However, an actual generator should be supplying pure sine wave output, while something such as an inverter would be producing a modified sine wave.
sine 40° = 0.642788
a stitch in time Sine??? Sine???
A sine graph!
Sine 56° = 0.829038
A sine wave is the graph of y = sin(x). It demonstrates to cyclic nature of the sine function.
1.1184 2 sine 34° = 2 * sine 34° = 2 * 0.55919 = 1.1184
-1 < sine(theta) < 1 so sine(theta) cannot be 3125
Sine die means "indefinitely."
An angle can have a sine ratio, not a triangle.
Sine = opposite / hypotenuse