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cosine is adjacent and hypotenues
so right of the bat adjacent is 2 and hypotenuse is 3
using pythagorean theorem, the third side is sqrt(5) ooo, ugly
yes, it is
now find the sine and tangent; sine=opposite/hypotenuse=sqrt(5)/3 tangent=opposite/adjacent=sqrt(5)/2
give or take; I didn't really consider the degree constraints yet
I am not good with geometry at all
What would I do next?
Smartone are you here?
well, those are the numbers, and since the constraint is 180 to 360, I would make them all negative
ok, thanks, if I attach a file, would you be able to see what is in it?
Sin is negative between 180 and 360 degrees Tan is positive between 180 and 270 and negative between 270 and 360
I am confused about this problem.
If cos = 2/3 then cosine is only positive between 270 and 360
So make sin negative and tan negative with the answers above.
but I do not have the answer, I do not know how to get it
Are you all with me?
darn guess noy