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infinitemoes

  • 2 years ago

what is the radian measure of an angle whose sine is 0.8?

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  1. primeralph
    • 2 years ago
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    arcsin(0.8) with your calculator in rad

  2. primeralph
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    if it's not in rad, multiply the arcsin by 180/pi

  3. primeralph
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    (I like girls with smiles)

  4. primeralph
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    Got it?

  5. infinitemoes
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    Yes! Thank you very much. So, it says to find the radian measure of tangent -.25 now. Do I put in tan -.25 eeeerrr, am I doing this completely wrong? haha

  6. infinitemoes
    • 2 years ago
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    Sorry, I'm a lost one when it comes to trig.

  7. primeralph
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    I got 3 questions: do you have a calculator? has anyone told you how pretty you are? what kind of calculator is it?

  8. infinitemoes
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    no. I've been getting by on a calc on my computer this entire year. haha and thank you!

  9. primeralph
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    okay, you're using windows?

  10. infinitemoes
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    yes.

  11. primeralph
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    type -.25, then click on the button that says "inv", then you'll see "tan-1" where "tan" used to be. Click that and you have an answer.

  12. primeralph
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    got it?

  13. infinitemoes
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    yup, thank you!

  14. sfozturk61
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    \[\arcsin(0.8)=53,130102354\] \[x=53,130\pi/180\] \[x=0.295\]

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