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Use fraction form to state the sine ratio for the labeled angles. Leave your answer in reduced fraction form. sin F = sin G =

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    \[sin(F)=\frac{a}{c}\]

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    \[sin(G)=\frac{b}{c}\]

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    \[\frac{opp}{hyp}\]

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    i didint get that

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    ok look at the picture and the angles. angle F has opposite side of "a" yes?

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    the hypotenuse (side opposite the right angle, the longest side) is c in the picture

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    angle F is between the sides b and c. the "opposite" side is a

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    so sin(F)=a/c

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    and cos(F)=b/c if you have started with cosine yet

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