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Find the missing value to the nearest hundredth. tan___= 7 54.94mc014-2.jpg 56.94mc014-3.jpg 81.87mc014-4.jpg 85.94mc014-5.jpg

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You know posting the names of image files is not the same as posting the actual images.
the numbers in front of the jpg stuff is really the selections
Multiple choice thanks though!

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tan(x) = 7 arctan(tan(x)) = arctan(7) x = arctan(7) the problem is that there are multiple solutions to this problem so you will just have to plug and chug. Plug all of the multiple choice answers into the tan function of your calculator and see if you get a 7 tan(x) function looks like this thus y = 7 arises more than once in this function |dw:1339002350136:dw|

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