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?? What's the question
my net is working very slow that s y i m unable to post my answer and question
tan B goes up side down
my solution is incorrect
sinC is wrong
cos C, tan C are both wrong
what would be sinC
what is the definition of sin? sin = opposite/hypotenus, what are they for C?
hey, you ask for check, not for guiding, I am not good at teaching, please @surjithayer teach him.
IN tr. ABC , angle A = 90 degree (given)
I don't talk about A, I am talking about C
your questions are about B and C. Surely A is right angle. When considering B, ignore everything else. just B. The same with C, to C, consider which is its opposite, which is its adjacent, then, put them into formula, that's it. Redo, please, I can check. I don't do it for you. Wish you can do it by yourself.
plse any one tell me urgently needed
sin SOH cos CAH Tan TOA Sin is the Opposite side over the Hypotenuse side Cos is the Adjacent side over the Hypotenuse side Tan is the Opposite side over the Adjacent side
|dw:1378505159254:dw| i have not mentioned angle. I have written in general.
you misunderstanding many basic concept, 90 degree is a right angle. In a triangle, cannot have 2 right angles. In a triangle , total of 3 angles is 180 degree
now everybody is confusing me
sinC = opposite / hypotenuse
you need to check your answers .. all wrong i think
sinB = opposite / hypotenuse .. that's opposite side of the given angle over its hypotenuse ..
hope it helps a bit
sinB = AC/BC cosB = AB/BC tanB= sinB/cosB = AC/AB sinC = AC/BC cosC = AB/BC tanC = sinC/cosC = AC/AB
try to check again sinC, cosC and tanC ..
|dw:1378544651728:dw| use the figure below to answer sinC, cosC and tanC
adjacent side = AC
so sinC= AB/BC cosC=AC?BC
yes, you got it
where's your final answer?