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CDiego Group Title

Given the triangle below, what is cot∡B?

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    cotangent is adjacent/opposite so whywouldnt the answer be 7/4?

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    cot theta = adjacent side / opposite side

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    lemme help you het to it, tell me what is the difficulty you have?

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    *get

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    @CDiego please interact

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    http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/4f343daae4b0fc0c1a0bde8b

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    first find the other side measure using pythogoras theorem then use cot theta = adjacent / opposite side

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    @CDiego 4/7 is not the answer..

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    I dont really understand what the procedure is to get the answer

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    do you know what cotangent is?

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    first find the length of the third side using pythgorus theorem..

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    sorry i was having internet difficulties.... I do understand what contagen is though! Oh i see my issue instead of putting in the adjacent side in the equation i put the hypotenuse

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    yaa ... u find the adjacent side and find cot theta

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  15. CDiego Group Title
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    so the third side is: the square root of 33

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    so would it be the square root of 33/4?

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    yaaa..

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    okay perfect thank y'all!

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