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    @Chris911

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    medal will be given.. just need help soon

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    C

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    C is wrong...

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    oh well then sorry :/

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    its k

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    B or D

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    Hey there! :D This question can be solved by using trigonometry. Now you are given two sides of a RIGHT TRIANGLE and thus you can calculate the ratio! |dw:1397667140915:dw| You may use a calculator for doing this. Understood? :)

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    I think it might be B ty

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    So it would be A? since that is 0.75

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    @RyGuy OpenStudy is not a website for giving away answers. Answers do not help in the long run. :) If you have the explanation then @malehuman01 can use it to Understand the question and its answer. Please do so, next time. Thanks for complying. :)

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    Oh okay.. well thank you anyways

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    Yes it would be 0.75 but what do you think, is 0.75 in radians or degrees? :D

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    41.11

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    41.11 degrees

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    Yes, it is not A, and is 0.75 * 180/ pi :)

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    thank youuuuuuu

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    :)

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    yeah it was B

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