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SNIIX18

  • 2 years ago

AD=3 centimeters, so AB= ___ centimeters.

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  1. SNIIX18
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    |dw:1373481393505:dw| @souvik last question can you help me

  2. souvik
    • 2 years ago
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    ABcos60=AD find AD

  3. SNIIX18
    • 2 years ago
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    but we already have ad its 3cm

  4. souvik
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    sorry...find AB

  5. SNIIX18
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    how do i do that im so confused :/

  6. souvik
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    AB=AD/cos60

  7. SNIIX18
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    i got 0.989 is that right

  8. souvik
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    cos60=0.5 AB=6 cm

  9. SNIIX18
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    how did you do that i put it correct in the calculator and i gave me 1 then i did it again and i got 0.989

  10. souvik
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    cos60=?

  11. SNIIX18
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    yahh i would put that then i would put 60 put it didnt giveme anything

  12. souvik
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    first put 60 then cos...hope this time works

  13. SNIIX18
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    okay i did that then what do i do

  14. souvik
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    so cos60=0.5 now AB=AD/0.5=3/0.5=6 cm

  15. SNIIX18
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    okay yes now i got it i thought you where suppost to put cos first then the 60 thank you

  16. souvik
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    here in India we put cos first and then 60....:)

  17. SNIIX18
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    ohhh okay isnt it already late for you over there?

  18. souvik
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    12:30 AM here..

  19. SNIIX18
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    really wow over here in italy its 9:00 pm well i guess ill let you go soyou can sleep just one moer question how do ou say bye in india?

  20. souvik
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    there are many language in India...in Bengali..we use bye-English word.. but informally "ta-ta" , formally "biday" .... good night="suvo rattri"

  21. souvik
    • 2 years ago
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    in Hindi...bye='albida'

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