What is in radians? Write as a multiple of and then use a calculator to verify the result.

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Complete the table by finding the logarithmic and exponential forms of the given expressions:

Logarithmic Form |
Exponential Form |

What is the central angle (in radians) of a given sector of a circle which has a radius of and an area of ?

What is the measure of the central angle, , in a circle of radius, that is subtended by an arc of length, ? Express your answer in degrees and radians.

Prove the identity.

What are two coterminal angles (one positive and one negative) for the angle, ?

What is in radians? Write as a multiple of and then use a calculator to verify the result.

What is the measure of the central angle, , in a circle of radius, that is subtended by an arc of length, ? Express your answer in degrees and radians.

What are two coterminal angles (one positive and one negative) for the angle, ?

Suppliers of satellite radios will market 10,000 units when the unit price is $20 and 62,500 units when the unit price is $35. Determine the supply function if it is known to have the form:

where x is the quantity supplied and p is the unit price in dollars. Sketch the graph of the function. What unit price will induce the supplier to make 40,000 satellite radios available in the marketplace?

How do you convert each of the given degree measures to radian measures?

What is the measure of the central angle, , in a circle of radius, that is subtended by an arc of length, ? Express your answer in degrees and radians.

Using a calculator, what is the value of the trigonometric function upto decimal places?

How do you use the Change of Base Formula to show that ?

What is the length of the circular arc subtended by a central angle of given that the circle has a radius, ?