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Lol I might jsut be stupid but idk how to do this xD Find the value of the cot 10° using your calculator. IDK HOW D; It's my last question I don't have a cot button on my calc either if I'm supposed to and and

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do tan 10 then put 1 ÷ Ans
Firstly find tan10..
cot=1/tg

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Or you could do 1 ÷ (tan 10)
oh. I am stupid. My bad. Thanks guys :D
Welcome dear..
\[\cot \theta = \frac{1}{\tan \theta} = \frac{\cos \theta}{\sin \theta}\]
np :)
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going hard @agentx5
:O AGENT D: -___-
I can make it more hard: \[\cot \theta = \frac{1}{\tan \theta} = \frac{\sin(2 \theta)}{2\sin^2 \theta}\]
oh wait xD Is that tan^-1 or tan (10)
lol "more hard"
tan10..
Double angles rule!
0.176?
@rebeccaskell94 i think now you are getting more confused..
no no no not the same thing dear Rebecca! :-D \[\tan^{-1} (\frac{opp}{adj}) = \arctan (\frac{opp}{adj}) = \theta\]
lol Agent your genius talents are commendable
Now use: 1/0.176
Inverse tangent is cotangent, anti-tangent is arctangent. The latter returns and angle value in degrees or radians :-)
@rebeccaskell94 You forgot to do the rciprocal. Now. 1/0.176326981...
5.671? o.o
THat's what I get :)
oh dang.
May be.. Ha ha ha..
3:)
Can anyone find this without calculator??
o_O No idea...
Is Wolfram considered a calculator? XD
Can anybody think about finding the above value without using calculator?? Question changed to this one now..
I can... I think... |dw:1343070912188:dw|
That is why I always say you Unique @ Kazem..
Is that right @waterineyes ?
How do you find dimensions I never know that..
Ah wait... |dw:1343071090394:dw|
Whoops... And find dimensions with... anti-functions, arctan in this case.
According to you 1/6 is the value.. @agentx5
or \(\tan^{-1}(6) \approx 80^o\)
But then answer changes...
Erm, you switched the question here :-) "Question changed to this one now.."
I said you all to think how we can find tan10 without calculator.. And you know what??
\( \tan 3x=\frac{\sqrt{3}}{3} \) is better i think
You all are not thinking.. Instead you are finding.. Ha ha ha ha..
How?? I did not get that one..
tan 30 =sqrt(3)/3
Oh.. How can we proceed further??
after simplifying we have a degree 3 polynomial in terms of tan x but leave it ... not in the mood of simplifying that right now..haha o.O lol
I am getting faint.. Leave it from my side too..
i love this sign o.O o.O o.O O.o o.O o.O hahaha....
It is looking nice Kazem..
O.o o.O so many notifs xD
After all it is Great @rebeccaskell94 post.. Ha ha ha..
lol I see this xD
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