anonymous
  • anonymous
If tan x°= and cos x°=,what is the value of sin x°? a. sin x°= y/z b. sin x°= 10z c. sin x°= z/y d. sin x°= 10y
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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experimentX
  • experimentX
sin x = tan x * cos x
anonymous
  • anonymous
@experimentX explain please

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anonymous
  • anonymous
sin x = tan x * cos x since cos x is the adj/hyp and tan x is the opp/adj, (adj/hyp)*(opp/adj) = opp/hyp, right? Now Opp/hyp = sin x, so that means that cos x * tan x = sin x
experimentX
  • experimentX
tan x = sin x / cos x
experimentX
  • experimentX
and your values are also missing ... but if you have values you can use this relation to calculate the value of sin x
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanx guys!

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