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OrangeMaster

  • 2 years ago

Trigonometry question. Finding the adjacent side?

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  1. OrangeMaster
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  2. OrangeMaster
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    I'm thinking cos, but I'm not sure.

  3. hwtrain
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    Yep

  4. OrangeMaster
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    So, cos(22)= x/11?

  5. hwtrain
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    Yep

  6. OrangeMaster
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    So, 10.199

  7. OrangeMaster
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    @Vandreigan

  8. hwtrain
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    Yep you can round it to 10.2

  9. OrangeMaster
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    Thanks, I'm just now learning trig. Thanks for your help.

  10. Vandreigan
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    Catching on quick :D

  11. hwtrain
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    Keep working hard and soon you'll be in calculus in no time. (i'm studying 3rd year calc right now)

  12. OrangeMaster
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    I went back to the question that you just helped me with, and looked closely to help me through this one.

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    Thank you both. :)

  14. hwtrain
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    No problem :)

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