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kcla1996

  • 2 years ago

Use the diagram to find cos B as a fraction in simplest form.

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    Remember \[\cos (\Theta)= \frac{ adjacent }{Hypotenuse }\]

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    The whole reason I tried to talk you through the sin example was so you would learn this stuff. What can you take from that previous example and apply here? @Dido525 pointed out exactly what you should be looking for, but you need to show us what you're trying and where you're stuck.

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