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I don't understand how to do problems like these :'(

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bears...or 42 im unsure which
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not helping?
\[ \sin 50 = 100/x\] find x using calculator
Can you explain, though!!?
\[ \sin \theta = p/h\] the question is asking you to find h ... and also note this is a right angled triangle
trig ratios is what you need to know for these
btw it is not sine in this case but tangent i think
I know the trig ratios, SOH CAH TOA
oh no, it is sine my fault!!
should have known better. do you know the trig ratios for a triangle?
Is it not SOH CAH TOA?!?!!?!
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so for the angle given , lets call it \(x\) in terms of \(a, b, c\) can you say what \[\sin(x)\] is? you are right, you can use soh cah toa if you know what they mean
so in your picture, you are trying to find the hypotenuse \(h\) so you know from "SOH" that the sine of 50 is the opposite over the hypotenuse, or \[\sin(50)=\frac{100}{h}\] and then you solve for \(h\) via \[h=\frac{100}{\sin(50)}\]
got that or still confusing?
Uuh, I think I got itt, thanks a bunch for helping meee! :D
yw we can try another if you like
That's okaay, I'm prettyy sure I got it! c;

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