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highschoolmom2010 Group Title

using sin, cos or tan find the value of X

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    SOH-CAH-TOA

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    go to the given angle corner, and look at the triangle. figure out wat adjacent side and hypotenuse are

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    |dw:1376246607998:dw|

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    adjacent is x and opposite is unknown

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    hypotenuse is 11

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    yes !

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    so we use cos

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    you want to find x, which is adjacent you knw the hypotenuse so, which trig ratio helps us ?

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    yes, cos !!

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    \[\cos 41=\frac{ x }{ 11 }\]

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    perfect !

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    \[(11*)\cos 41=\frac{ x }{ 11 }*11\] \[11\cos 41=8.3\]

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    8.3 = \(\large \color{red}{\checkmark}\)

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    so i did it right :DDD

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    you did great :) good work !!

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    thanks i think i understand this now

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    good :D

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