Intercepts of a circle calculator

- A segment = A sector - A triangle. Knowing the sector area formula: A sector = 0.5 * r² * α. And equation for the area of an isosceles triangle, given arm and angle (or simply using law of cosines) A isosceles triangle = 0.5 * r² * sin (α) You can find the final equation for the segment of a
**circle**area: A segment = A sector - A isosceles ... - The slope is basically the amount of slant a line has and can have a positive, negative, zero, or undefined value. Before using the
**calculator**, it is probably worth learning how to find the slope using the slope formula.To find the equation of a line for any given two points that this line passes through, use our slope**intercept**form**calculator**.Example: Write the equation of a line with a ... **A****circle**inscribed in a rectangle touches the larger side of the rectangle with its ends i.e. the length is tangent to the**circle**.**A**rectangle inscribed in a semicircle touches its arc at two points. The breadth of the rectangle is equal to the diameter of the**circle**. If R is the radius of semi-**circle**. Length of the rectangle = √2R/2**A****circle**has a total of 360 degrees all the way around the center, so if that central angle determining a sector has an angle measure of 60 degrees, then the sector takes up 60/360 or 1/6, of the degrees all the way around. In that case, the sector has 1/6 the area of the whole**circle**. Example: Find the area of a sector of a**circle**if the angle ...- Explanation: To determine x -
**intercepts**of any function y = f (x), we put y = 0. (and we put x = 0 to find y -**intercepts**). Hence x -**intercepts**are given by f (x) = 0. and here sin( πx 2) +1 = 0. or sin( πx 2) = −1 = sin( 3π 2) Therefore πx 2 = 2nπ +( 3π 2), where n is an integer. This happens as in the domain 0 < x < 2π, only for sin ...