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The point P(9, 12) is on the terminal side of θ. Evaluate cos θ.

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4/5
right?
@saifoo.khan GET your butt here :P

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Alright, so butt is here but i'm not.
Just shush and help the girl! >.<
please and thank you
@omnomnom thanks doll
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Welcome @babydoll332 and good job saifoo :P
Just hold on a sec please.
So what's exactly a terminal side? Do you know? @babydoll332
not exactly
http://www.cnr.uidaho.edu/learn/math/lessons/lesson03/3_05_files/image001.gif
ok
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15
Perfect.
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Second last step^
wat?
cos theta = adjacent/hypotenuse.
ok so.. 12/15
@saifoo.khan
so 4/5
12 is opposite side. Not adjacent side.
9/15
3/5
yep.
thanks alot !!!
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