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Who is the artist of the Ngady Mwaash Mask (search on yah oo, then click images, it should be the 4th one) and the artist of the Sowo Mask, (same thing, go to yah oo search the name then click images, and it should be the 1st one) related questions

  • 1Who is the artist of the Ngady Mwaash Mask (search on yah oo, then click images, it should be the 4th one) and the artist of the Sowo Mask, (same thing, go to yah oo search the name then click images, and it should be the 1st one)

    Who is the artist of the Ngady Mwaash Mask (search on yah oo, then click images, it should be the 4th one) and the artist of the Sowo Mask, (same thing, go to yah oo search the name then click images, and it should be the 1st one)

  • 2I have a unit circle graph like the one at the top of a website (do a google search for 'unit circle trig functions' and click the second link, since I can't post links)

    I have a unit circle graph like the one at the top of a website (do a google search for 'unit circle trig functions' and click the second link, since I can't post links). I need to label the sine, cosine, tangent, secant, cosecant, and cotangent. I found several pictures that show the answers, but not how to arrive at them. How can I show work for this problem?The figure I see at the link http://www.clarku.edu/~djoyce/trig/ labels sin, cos, tan and cot as lengths relative to a circle with a radius of 1, for the angle defined in green. All you should need to understand it is the definitions of sin, cos, tan and cot and the fact that the radius of the circle is 1. The secant (which is not shown in the figure) is the length of the line from the center to the point where the blue "tan" line meets the diagonal. Thanks for your help, that's the figure I was talking about. I'm still confused though as to how I would show work for the problem. I know sine = opposite * adjacent and stuff, but I don't see how sin / cos would tell me that the blue line specifically is the tangent.The blue line's length represents the tangent because it is perpendicular to a horizontal radius line of length 1. (All radii are 1 because it is a "unit circle".) Note the right triangle that the "tan" line forms with the horizontal radius line and the diagonal line from the center to the blue dot. tan/1 is, by definition, the tangent of the blue-shaded angle.If I may add the last trig ratio. The length of the rotating arm to the end of the yellow part show would be the cosecant. Several years ago a student made such a model for a math project. It was so well constructed that I was able to use it to demonstrate the trig ratios for many years. I donated the model to our math department upon my retirement.

  • 3click in - click out get a lifesaver (gravitation)

    good explanation and correct answer please. Thank you.In a certain binary-star system, each star has the a mass of1.20 1030 kg, and theyrevolve about theircenter of mass. The distance between them is 1.0 108 km. What istheir period of revolutionin Earth years? y

  • 4C++ binary search. Modify the program below to do a binary search instead of a linear search.

    #include <iostream>using namespace std;void mover(int[],int[]);void bubble_sort(int []);void output_list(int [],int []);int linear_search(int[],int);void explanation();int main(){int a[]={98,40,44,50,45,90,10,11,77,12};int b[10];int value,location;explanation();mover(a,b);bubble_sort(b);output_list(a,b);cout<<"What value would you like to search for?"<<endl;cin>>value;location=linear_search(b,value);cout<<"The search value: "<<value;if(location == -1)cout<<" was not located in the list";elsecout<<" was located in position "<<location<<" of the array";cout<<endl<<endl;return 0;}void explanation(){cout<<endl;cout<<"This program sorts a list of 10 numbers that have been 'hard coded'"<<endl;cout<<"into the program. The user will then be prompted to enter a value to search"<<endl;cout<<"the list for. The position the value was found in will be printed "<<endl;cout<<"(adjusted to be 1 - 10) or if the number is not found,"<<endl;cout<<"an appropriate message will be printed"<<endl<<endl<<endl;}int linear_search(int z[],int v){int i=0;while(i<=9 &&z[i]!=v)i++;if(z[i]==v)return i+1;elsereturn -1;}void bubble_sort(int z[]){int flag=1,i,temp,pass=0;while(flag){flag = 0;for(i=0;i<=8-pass;i++){if(z[i]>z[i+1]){temp = z[i];z[i] = z[i+1];z[i+1] = temp;flag = 1;}}pass++;}}void mover(int x[],int y[]){int i;for(i=0;i<=9;i++){y[i]=x[i];}}void output_list(int x[],int y[]){int i;cout<<"OriginalSorted"<<endl;cout<<"-------------------"<<endl;for(i=0;i<=9;i++){cout<<""<<x[i]<<""<<y[i]<<endl;}cout<<"-------------------"<<endl<<endl;;}

  • 5I cant find the ourspace website, I need for this evenings home work I have search several search engines

    I cant find the ourspace website, I need for this evenings home work I have search several search engines...Any suggestions please

  • 6Search the Library, or use your favorite search engine for the term "projec

    Search the Library, or use your favorite search engine for the term "project management" adding other key words to this search such as "project management objectives," "project management life cycle," "project management work breakdown structure," etc. What did you find?

  • 7Search the Library, or use your favorite search engine for the term "proje

    Search the Library, or use your favorite search engine for the term "project management" adding other key words to this search such as "project management objectives," "project management life cycle," "project management work breakdown structure," etc. What did you find? Locate a Website that provides suggestions for developing effective proposals. Describe and comment on the information presented on this site

  • 81) A strong search strategy for a search engine would include which of the following

    1) A strong search strategy for a search engine would include which of the following? A. Using quotation marks, hyphens, and unique words B. Entering one or two related words C. Using several synonymous terms in the search D. Reading all the hits from your first search answer - A?2) Which of the following sections of EDSeek is most helpful in providing possible keywords related to your topic?A. Browse SubjectsB. Browse PublicationsC. HomeD. Help answer - a3) Which of the following sets of Library of Congress call numbers is in the correct order? A. E88 G62 L166 1995, E88 G62 L45, E88 G62 D225, E88 G2512 S57 1998 B. E88 G2512 S57 1998, E88 G62 D225, E88 G62 L45, E88 G62 L166 1995 C. E88 G2512 S57 1998, E88 G62 D225, E88 G62 L166 1995, E88 G62 L45 D. E88 G62 D225, E88 G62 L166 1995, E88 G62 L45, E88 G2512 S57 1998 answer A4) Find the total land area of Belarus.A. 207,600 sq kmB. 10,322,151 sq kmC. 106,700 sq kmD. 80,200 sq km Answer - A

  • 9I'm doing this word search for my 9th grade honors physical science class, and i don't understand one thing

    I'm doing this word search for my 9th grade honors physical science class, and i don't understand one thing. it says 'blue, striped and round are examples of this' when we're talking about matter and phases of matter and density/mass/weight/volume. stuff like that. ANY HELP PLEASE?!!

  • 10I'm doing this word search for my 9th grade honors physical science class, and i don't understand one thing

    I'm doing this word search for my 9th grade honors physical science class, and i don't understand one thing. it says 'blue, striped and round are examples of this' when we're talking about matter and phases of matter and density/mass/weight/volume. stuff like that. ANY HELP PLEASE?!!

  • 11I'm doing this word search for my 9th grade honors physical science class, and i don't understand one thing

    I'm doing this word search for my 9th grade honors physical science class, and i don't understand one thing. it says 'blue, striped and round are examples of this' when we're talking about matter and phases of matter and density/mass/weight/volume. stuff like that. ANY HELP PLEASE?!!

  • 12information on ajanta caves-physical environment,ways to protect,need to protect

    information on ajanta caves-physical environment,ways to protect,need to protecthttp://www.jiskha.com/search/search.cgi?query=ajanta+caves Please check these various links (except the first one, yours) to find previous answers to this question. =)