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    You find the angle, you already have the opposite and adjacent. That angle is on a straight line with theta. Of course, a straight line, the two of them add up to 180 degrees.

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    tan90=16/12

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    It is not tan of 90. You are looking for the angle, you don't know what it is so call it alpha. tan alpha=16/12.\[\alpha =\tan^{-1} (16/12)\]alpha is tan inverse (16/12)

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    i got 53.13

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    Good so that angle is sharing a line with theta.\[\alpha +\theta =180 degrees\]

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    so i have to take away a and got answer

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    Yes

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    126.9

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    Good work.

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    i have two more problem

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