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Please help! cos67degrees 30'= ?

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\[a. \sqrt{2-\sqrt{2}} \] \[b. \sqrt{2+\sqrt{2}}/2\] \[c. \sqrt{2+\sqrt{2}}\] \[d. \sqrt{2-\sqrt{2}}/2\] @muhammad9t5 Your answer doesn't match with the options :/
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b. \[(\sqrt{2+\sqrt{2}})/2\] d. \[(\sqrt{2-\sqrt{2}})/2\]
Sorry, I messed those two up
\[67^{\circ} 30' = 67 + \frac{1}{2} \implies (\frac{135}{2})^{\circ}\]
Is there only one cos in your question @IloveCharlie
you can check that b is a nearly answer.
Yes, @waterineyes, only one cos
Can I get more help for this one? sin67degrees 30'= a., b., c., or d.?
yes
is the answer 1.42?
Can you please show me how you got that?
yes sin67+30/60 0.920+1/2 0.920+0.5=1.42
and that matches with? :/ sorry
that's confusing me too.
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Do you know what 1.42 matches with? a., b., c., or d.? I can't figure it out @waterineyes
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Ok... well... I guess I'll close the question then
Thanks guys

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