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  • 5 years ago

I need help with sines, cosines, and tangents

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  1. anonymous
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    ok what part do you need help with?

  2. anonymous
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    How to figure it out using right triangles

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    the angles will always be 45-45-90 if it is a right triangle

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    Well the problem says: For each of the right triangles below, find the exact values for sine, cosine, and tangent.

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    what are the measurements on the side of the triangles?

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    The measurements for the first triangle are 3.5 and 7 and the second is 4.8 and 6.4

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    Will I have to find the third side before doing sine, cosine, and tangent

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    do you happen to have a picture with the equation?

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    In the book but I dont know how to get it on here

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    yeah you need the third side to be able to find the answer out

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    Ok. I dont even know how to do that :/

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    if you have two you can find the third you just need to find the x. Here is a tip my teacher told SOH=sin=OPPOSITE/HYPOTENUSE CAH=cosin=ADJASENT/HYPOTENUSE TOA=tan= OPPOSITE/ADJASENT

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    alright thank you

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    OK NO PROBLEM

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