Emily778
PLEASE HELP
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39°
30°
26.57°
60°



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Emily778
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geerky42
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7/14 = 1/2
Ring any bells?

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\[\theta = \cos^{1}\left(\dfrac{1}{2}\right)\]\[\theta = \space ?\]

geerky42
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Use unit circle. What is \(\theta\) when \(\cos\theta = \dfrac{1}{2}\) ?

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You got it?

Emily778
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Is it B?

geerky42
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None. It's true for sinθ= 1/2, but we want cosθ = 1/2.

Emily778
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Those are the only answers available. I think you did it wrong...

geerky42
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None. Look carefully.

blurbendy
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cos 60 degrees= 1/2 or 7/14

Emily778
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Look at the following answers.

blurbendy
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I did...

geerky42
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No, YOU look at the following answer. We want θ and blurbendy already gave you the answer.

Emily778
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Go away. geerky42, or I'll report you.

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Ok... @blurbendy already gave you the answer. Seriously he did...