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Which of the following ratios correctly describes the sine function? A. opp/adj B. opp/hyp C. adj/hyp

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In a right triangle, the sine of an (non right angle) angle would the ratio of the opposite side (opposite to the angle selected) and the hypotenuse
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The cosine of theta is adjacent over hypotenuse, given a right triangle, theta not being the 90 degree angle, adjacent not being the hypotenuse, and theta being the angle between adjacent and hypotenuse. In a unit triangle, i.e. in a unit circle circumscribed with radius one, and theta and the center of the circle at the origin, cosine of theta is X. :) thank wiki btw :P

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