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Do you know your trig functions? Like what sin, cos, tan are in regards to a triangle?

nope not really

that helps alot :DD

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That kind of make sense so far?

so far yes

Okay, cool. So this is your triangle that we have then:
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im not entirely sure how to use them though

Right, we're getting to that :P I just wanted to see if you were following me so far.

oh well yes im following ya

So which one of the 3, sin, cos, or tan has adjacent and hypotenuse?

@Psymon cos?

ive never used them so idk im used to using 30-60-90

ok so how do i do this problem

is really pretty much handed out in a silver plate, with cake and ice cream really

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short leg is 5 :DD

so there, shortest leg is 5
and the "other leg" is THAT MUCH \(\bf \Large \times \sqrt{3}\)

so \[5\sqrt{3}\]

yes

was that all i need to do???

yeap

correct
\(x = 5\)
\(y = 5\sqrt{3} \)
That is it

wish i could give everyone a medal