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Help with the trigonometric functions section of algebra II?

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|dw:1369139440288:dw| sorry it's messy
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sin is opposite over hyp

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now can you see what will sin theta be?
Question, though.. Why is the one angle and side 10?
the angle is theta lol :) \[\sqrt{8^{2} + 6^{2}}\] by pythag :)
Ohhh, okay. Yeah i'm not so good with this unit but that cleared it right up thank you (:
you want to find theta or sin theta????
sin theta, so the it would be sin(10) which would be 6/10, right?
yes :)
3/5 to be more simplier
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thanks @AonZ
now its pretty much clear that sin theta = 6
no problem :)
Understand why the hypotenuse is 10, but don't see the angle being 10 degrees.
The hypotenuse could also be 20 and so on.
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