anonymous
  • anonymous
How can the cotangent of an angle in a right triangle be calculated? Answer by dividing the adjacent side by the hypotenuse by dividing the adjacent side by the opposite side by dividing the hypotenuse by the opposite side by dividing the hypotenuse by the adjacent side
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anonymous
  • anonymous
cotx = cosx/sinx cosx is adjacent / hypot. sinx is opposite / hypot. therefore cotx = (adj/hyp) / (opp/hyp) hypotenuses cancel and you get adj/opp
anonymous
  • anonymous
cotangent of a right triangle is defined to be the ratio o adjacent side & opposite side
campbell_st
  • campbell_st
find tan of the angle the find the reciprocal

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