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Find the measure of P.

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    cos(P)=33.8/57.6

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    This one can be solved with Trigonometry as well, CosP = Adjacent Side/Hypotenuse CosP = 33.8/57.6 Or P= Cos^-1 (33.8/57.6) P = 54.069 degrees. If you are doing this, make sure your calculator is in the DEGREE mode, else you will get some 0.54 which is wrong since that is in radians.

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    that's all I kept getting was the 0.54, how do you put it in degree mode?

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    Shift + Mode button on your calculator then select the option which says Deg.

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