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Do you understand how I got this picture?
you must realize this relationship, moving sideward and upward. there is a 90 degree angle, common sense, but it must be stated sometimes lol x and y axis are perpendicular because one is horizontal and other is vertical... so on
how do you convert from degrees?
Don't use the Pythagorean Theorem lol. Use tangent.
You are finding the opposite side. You know the adjacent side and you know Theta.
right, so I use tangent to convert 24°52
I understand this but I still don't know how to convert the degree, do you cross multiply or something?
oh yah lol i dunno why i call it pythagorean, just a habit when i see 90 degree triangle...
What do you mean by "convert" ?
the degree needs to be changed into a regular number right? so I can divide it
No. It does not need to.
so you just divide it the way it is?
Tan(24.51) gives you a "Regular" number.
oh duhhhhhh wow!!! thanks for all the help:)
No problem :) .
Uhh I'm still a little bit confused, for example if you have sin=opp/hyp, then sin(25 degrees)= 13.5/x, then 13.5/ sin(25 degrees), I don't understand how to solve this
hi lemme teach you
for any 90 degree angle you can use SOH CAH TOA right
right, I understand that
I think she is asking how do you equate Tan(24.52) degrees.
Or use the Taylore series ;) . Just kidding. You will learn that later.
yes, I understand this part but I don't understand how to get rid of the degree in this equation, in your calculator do you just put tan(24.51) and solve because it doesn't give the correct answer
use degrees mode
use degrees mode and enter tan(24.51) * 944
oh okay, lastly how do you actually find the answer for this equation?
havent u learnt this, how to manipulate equations
I've learned this but I do online school and my teacher doesn't do a really good job of explaining things