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anastar46 Group Title

tan 5pi/4

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    Welcome to openstudy :)

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    D you know your unit circle/triangles?

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    *Do

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    I know my unit circle I'm just having trouble remembering what to do when you are using tan. I know it would be -sqrt(2)/-sqrt(2) over -sqrt(2)/-sqrt(2) but how do simplify that or is tan totally different

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    \(\frac{b}{b}=1\) and \(\frac{b}{-b}=-1\) it is one or the other

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    you are in quadrant 3, both sine and cosine are negative, so it is 1

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    oh okay I get it! what would I do if the values weren't the same?

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