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1. What is the value of w? 7 3.5 7(sqrt)of 3 14

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  2. punnus
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    \[w \cos (30)=7\sqrt{3}\]

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    cos?

  4. punnus
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    cos=cosine

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    this is trigonometry

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    put the value of cos30 as \[\frac{ \sqrt{3} }{ 2 }\]

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    And you shall get the answer

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    Is there some Prob?

  9. Unicorn0881
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    I don't understand what so ever -.-

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    |dw:1360762266458:dw|

  11. punnus
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    You do understant that the angle between AC and BC is 30

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    I do now; Thanks(:

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    welcome

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