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IS THIS A TRICK???

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is it ? which ones ?
oh...wait...False alarm...
yeah, theres only one.

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which is..... ?
cos x°
NO NO NO...IT WAS A TRICK... It doesnt tell you which one your solving for...it could be x or y...
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r/q only equals one option
that is not a trick cos x° = ady/hyp = r/q
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if you are solving for angle x the adjacent is line r...if your solving for y the adjacent is line p...so if your solving for y the answer is sin of y if your solving for x it is cos of x
ohh...i just answered my own question....
thanks guys
yes, sin y isn't there
thanks guys! here is the deal...i am an ambie...@julian25 you gave the answer...so the medal goes to @hartnn
i am am not here for medals....js.

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