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In ∆PQR, find the measure of ∡P. 30.4° 35.9° 54.1° 59.6°

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    Have you tried the tangent function?

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    I see the equation function is not working again.

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    |dw:1335919532495:dw|

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    I got 0.586805

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    Whoops, I missed another answer 30.4°

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    When you divide that you have the tangent. Then you have to hit the inverse tangent button to find the angle.

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    errrr I have no calculator

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    Then use an online one.

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    ok. the tangent button? :o

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    The inverse tangent button

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    Usually it's "second function" tangent

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    Probably labelled tan^-1

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    Okay, got it! thanks! 30.4

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    yw

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