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## The Mvs Jcl Primer.pdf

Jan 1, 2018 [MVS] JCL Primer by Ranade. (ISBN:9780070727023). Mc Graw Hill. Also available from other online booksellers. [Web] Mvs Jcl Primer. By Ranade. Penguin Random House. Category:COBOL""" given x = sin(pi/3) expected output: 0 the idea is to use the sin function to find the arg since cos of pi/3 = -sin of pi/3 therefore cos of pi/3 = sin of pi/3 therefore x + cos(pi/3) = sin(pi/3) so we're left with solving for cos(pi/3) it's kind of a simple question and should be straight forward but I'm not sure how to approach it. please let me know if I'm missing anything Thanks """ x = sin(pi/3) print(x) print(cos(pi/3)) print(x+cos(pi/3)) A: You can use the fact that sin (a) + cos(a) = 1. from math import sin, cos, pi x = sin(pi/3) print(x) cos(pi/3) = 1 - x # cos(a) = 1 - sin(a) print(x+cos(pi/3)) Which is 0 -0.5 1 (2008) UNITED STATES of America, v. Matthew F. ROTUNDO, a/k/a "Matty R," Defendant. No. CR 08-270-DRD. United States District Court, D. New Hampshire. May 29, 2008. ORDER DEVINE, Senior District Judge. Matthew F. Rotundo ("Rotundo") has been charged with a violation of 21 U.S.C. § 846 ("Count 1"), conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine. The matter is before the Court on two motions filed by Rotundo: (1) Motion to Dismiss Count 1 (Docket No. 14); and (2) Motion to Sever Counts 2-4 and 6-9 from Count 1 (Docket No

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