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dw:1347376447846:dw
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you know SOH CAH TOA?
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dw:1347376530606:dw
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then where are you stuck
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I can't find Theta
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what have you done
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sin(10/sqrt156) and tan(10/sqrt156)
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dw:1347376758416:dw agree?
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The answer is supposed to be 38.68, but that sin(10/16) comes out to 0.0109
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\[\frac{10}{16} = sin\theta => sin\theta = \frac{10}{16} => \theta = sin^{1}(\frac{10}{16})\]
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did you do it like that if yes you should have gotten the right answer
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Ok, thank you.
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