The number of hours of daylight, H, on day t of any given year (on January 1, tequals1) 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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all but the second one

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cuz that one goes over 180

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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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