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kaylala

  • 10 months ago

TOPIC: (trigonometry) Addition and Subtraction Identity FOrmulas Find the value of: sin(-105)

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    105 = 60 + 45 and sin(-x) = -sinx so sin(-105) = -sin(60+45)

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    is the answer = (2(sqrt6))/4 ? @agent0smith

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    I don't know, wolfram alpha could check for you. Just use the angle sum formula

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    i did it but i'm not sure with the signs

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