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Given point P (5, 12), find sin. 5/13 12/13 5/12

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  1. aussy123
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    Noo this one is different.

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    did you try this ?

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  3. aussy123
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    yes , I think im doing it right but I still want to make sure

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    plot the point on the graph,making a right triangle. show you attempt , we'll confirm :)

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    okie dokie then

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    if you got 12/13, then there;s no need, you are correct.

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    |dw:1363180577237:dw| 12^2+5^2=169 c^2=169 c= 13

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    going good so far :)

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  9. aussy123
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    Cool! soo sin is opposite over hypotenuse, so I believe the answer is 12/13

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    you are absolutely correct :)

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    correct!

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  12. aussy123
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    Omg!! Yayy, I really need to stop doubting myself. Thank you soo much!

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    yes, welcome ^_^

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