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Find the value of x. Round to the nearest tenth. The diagram is not drawn to scale.
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Trigonometric functions are Sin, Cos, and Tan defined as: Sin=opposite/hypotenuse Cos=adjacent/hypotenuse Tan=opposite/adjacent Which of these three is best suited for the diagram? (which pieces do you know?)
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Cos, because we know the length of the leg adjacent to our angle(11) and we want to find the hypotenuse. So to solve this we setup the problem as follows: \[\cos(24)=\frac{11}{x}\]
then we solve for x, right?...
Yeah, we move x over to the other side by multiplying both sides by x. What happens when you evaluate: \[x(\cos(24))=(\frac{11}{x})*x\]
Yes, but be careful when multiplying trig functions. cos(24x) is very different from cos(24)*x or x*cos(24). So we have x*cos(24)=11. How do we get x by itself?
Multiply what by both sides? we have \[x*\cos(24)=11\] How do get x by itself?
What should we divide by?
24 is a part of the cos function, so they're tied together. Divide by cos(24) and what do you end up with?
Not quite. \[\frac{1}{\cos(24)}*x*\cos(24)=11*\frac{1}{\cos(24)}\]
It's okay. What happens when we simplify that expression? Can we cancel anything out?
Yes! Exactly. The cos(24) cancels out on the left leaving us with x=11/cos(24).
Mmhmm. If you're allowed a calculator or you're asked to give an actual number, just evaluate in your calculator and you get 12.04, rounded. If you're just asked to find x, I would say leave it exact in the form of 11/cos(24)
Yeah, just post another question and tag me in a comment.
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