# The number of hours of​ daylight, H, on day t of any given year​ (on January​ 1, tequals​1) in a particular city can

The number of hours of​ daylight, H, on day t of any given year​ (on January​ 1, tequals​1) in a particular city can be modeled by the function ​H(t)equals13 plus 8.2 sine [StartFraction 2 pi Over 365 EndFraction (t minus 77 )]. a. March 18​, the 77th day of the​ year, is the spring equinox. Find the number of hours of daylight in the city on this day. b. June 18​, the 169th day of the​ year, is the summer​ solstice, the day with the maximum number of hours of daylight. Find the number of hours of daylight in the city on this day. c. December 18​, the 352nd day of the​ year, is the winter​ solstice, the day with the minimum number of hours of daylight. Find the number of hours of daylight in the city on this day.

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1. mykalwashington says:

Check the explanation

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2. Expert says:

all but the second one

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cuz that one goes over 180

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3. Expert says:

Iwould say they are complementary because that’s the division of a 90 degree angle and it’s split between the middle of them
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