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what do you know about trig functions?

I need a walkthough

sine cosine and tangent

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which trig function uses the next.to (adjacent) and hypotenuse

tangent never looks at the hypotenuse; tan = over/nextto
whats you next best one?

might help to write out the functions :) just as a review

Cosine

cosine is the winner !!
now, cosine = next.to/ hypotenuse

with what is given that leaves us:
cos(24) = 11/x
can you solve for x?

manually?? or can i use a calculator?

I have NO CLUE, but the calculator is telling me 12.04

Oh ok thanks I understand now, and I have another question if you don't mind

if its a quick one, I have real job stuff that i have to attend to :)

kk hold on

the idea is to find v in order to find w, right?

If this isn't quick you don't have to help, I don't want to waste your time

but yes

sin = Opposite/Hyp.
cos = adjacent/ Hyp.
tan= opposite/adjacent

lets name the parts to compare as well
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in my mind, over is the same as opposite :)

oh ok,

so, would you agree that the sine function works best for us on this one?

Yes

yes, I think i got it from here, Thanks

good :) keep in mind that to find w we need to do an inverse sin operation

I gotcha ;)