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Reneestacha

  • one year ago

Find the cosine ratio of angle Θ. Hint: Use the slash symbol ( / ) to represent the fraction bar

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    @watermelon16

  3. watermelon16
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    didn't I already answer this one?

  4. Reneestacha
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    No. The last one you answered was the 44/10

  5. watermelon16
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    Oh wait this is the cosine

  6. watermelon16
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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

  11. watermelon16
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    Because c to a is the adjacent side

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    and b to c is 13

  13. watermelon16
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    |dw:1389837207219:dw|

  14. watermelon16
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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.

  15. watermelon16
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    Here is a video that will help you with all of these kinds of problems. You can still ask me for help though. :)

  16. Reneestacha
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    Alright Thank you :)

  17. watermelon16
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    No problem

  18. Reneestacha
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    Imma put up another question. Only two more >.<

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    tag me in it

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