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Find the cosine ratio of angle Θ. Hint: Use the slash symbol ( / ) to represent the fraction bar
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didn't I already answer this one?

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No. The last one you answered was the 44/10
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Oh wait this is the cosine
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okay just a second
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Cos=cah Adjacent/hypotinuse
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12/13?
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5/13
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Because c to a is the adjacent side
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and b to c is 13
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The longest side is always the hypotinuse. The side right next to the angle that is not the hypotinuse is the adjacent and the opposite angle is the opposite angle.
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https://www.khanacademy.org/math/trigonometry/basic-trigonometry/basic_trig_ratios/v/example--using-soh-cah-toa
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Alright Thank you :)
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No problem
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Imma put up another question. Only two more >.<
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