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jorgesnz

  • 2 years ago

Find the Value Of X

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  1. jorgesnz
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  2. sai1234
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    cot60= adjacent side/opposite side =x/4 root(6)

  3. hartnn
    • 2 years ago
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    if u know trignometry then u can use x= 4root6/tan 60

  4. sai1234
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    cot60 value is 1/root(3)

  5. Yahoo!
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    Trigonometry

  6. Yahoo!
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    @jorgesnz Do u knw trig?????

  7. sai1234
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    x= 4root(6)/root(3) = 4 root(3) root(2)/root(3) =?...... can u do ?

  8. huneya
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    use special right triangle

  9. Yahoo!
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    if u knw it would be very easy

  10. Yahoo!
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    tan 60 = 4sqrt6/x ------ tan 60 = sqrt3 sqrt3 = 4sqrt6/x x = 4sqrt6/sqrt3

  11. Farheen28
    • 2 years ago
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    you can use formula of tan theta= opposite/adjacent

  12. apple_pi
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    This should help.

  13. apple_pi
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    ...Old thread. You should close it if you're done (which it appears you are)

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