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so whats the question sir
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answers to the bottom –70.3 12.4 11.1 6.5
answers to the top 3.7 11.5 3.3 4.5
Ok. so which trigonometric ratio would mean the ratio of \[\frac{ 9 }{ x }\]
use sine theorem
note sin(90)=1
wait what lol sorry guys im not that great at this :(
@Missaa143 at least you are aware that there is something called sin x, cos x etc etc etc ?
yes
ok, let's consider the first one
use pythogorean theorem to find hypothenuse (the longest side of right triangle)
okay right
hypothenuse^2=5^2+x^2
hypothenuse/sin(90)=x/sin(42)
@Missaa143 so you know which side divided by which side is cos of any angle?
okay gotcha!
or you can go directly, x/sin(42)=5/sin(90-42)
7/30
= 0
u can also use Tan of 42 = x / 5.
true! ^
ill say the first one is 3.3 ?
\[\frac{ x }{ \sin(42) }=\frac{ 5 }{ \sin48 }\]
no it will be 4.5
Ooooo okay i get it!
in 2nd one you have hypotenuse = x, and base = 9. So which trig. ratio means base/hypotenuse?
i think its D ?
I think it would be easier if you use tan(42)=x/5 => x=5tan(42)

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