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Calculate Sin 0

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  1. anonymous
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    Using Triangle with angle 0 ,Hypotenuse 12, and bottom Leg 10

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    sin = perpendicular/hypotenuse for 0 angle, perpendicular = 0 so, sin0 = 0/hypotenuse = 0

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    firstly i want to tell that if ur angle is 0 then hypotenuse should be equal to the bottom leg & if this holds then sin0 = 0 (because sin(Angle) = perpendicular/hypotenuse & in the above question perpendicular =0)

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    I need a specific answer 0.???

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    so the specific ans is that your question is wrong because for a triangle with angle 0 hypotenuse must be equal to the base (bottom leg)

  7. anonymous
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    Calculate Sin 0 a.5/6 b.sqrt11/6 c./sqrt11/5 d.6/5

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    b

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    Calculate Cos 0 a. 5/6 b. sqrt11/6 c. sqrt11/5 d. 6/5

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    sorry i misunderstood O as 0 given since hypotenuse =11 bottom leg = 10 so perpendicular = sqrt(12^2 -10^2) so sin O = perpendicular/hypotenuse SinO = sqrt(144-100)/12 = 2*sqrt(11)/12=sqrt(11)/6 CosO = 5/6 TanO =sqrt(11)/5

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