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marcoduuuh Group Title

What is than M? (Picture below.)

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    Wait, \(\tan(M)\)?

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    I think so?

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    24/45

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    In case it's \(\tan(M)\), you find the \(\rm \dfrac{opposite}{adjacent}\)

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    The opposite to \(\rm M\) over the adjacent to \(\rm M\)

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    0.53?

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    Yeah, how about in fractions?

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    What?

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    Oh wait.

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    That's right

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    53/100

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    Hmm, no...?

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    Oh sorry, I got it wrong, I'm dividing it, they're just asking for the division which is 24/45.

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    Yah! :-)

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    Thanks Parth. :p

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    You're welcomez, even though you lovez freakshow :-)

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