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3. What is the value of x to the nearest tenth? a.18 b.19 c.71 d.72
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In relation to the angle x, what sides do you know: hypotenuse, adjacent, opposite. Choose.
hypotenuse?

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Do you understand that the hypotenuse is always the longest sides in a right triangle and that it is opposite the right angle?
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yes I understand
So I repeat my original question: In relation to the angle x, what two sides do you know?
dang, buddy, the triangle only has 3 sides. If it's not the hypotenuse, what is left?
I know sorry my screen froze I guess adjacent and opposite
Which is the adjacent side: 11 or 33? Remember adjacent means "next to"
33
Now, you know the adjacent side and the opposite side, what trig function does that make you think of?
tan right?
yes
\[\tan x=\frac{opp}{adj}\]
Fill in the sides and solve the equation for x
I got 0.00581 ? ...
What did you get for the tangent?
that's what I got I put tan 11/33
\[\tan x=\frac{11}{33}=\frac{1}{3}=.3333333...\]
how did you get the last part?
What do you think 1 divided by 3 is?
and the answers are a.18 b.19 c.71 d.72 /:
ohhh ok nvm >_<
So type .33333333 into your calculator and then push the inverse tangent button
Or, depending on your calculator push inverse tangent button and then .33333333 =
What did you get?
okay im using this calculator because I don't have one and still doing that I get the same answer .. http://web2.0calc.com/
Push 2nd Then the tan button will say atan which stands for "arctangent" Then enter .3333333333 Then push =
18.4 ! a
yep
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