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how can i take value of tan inverse 0.3462 from calculator

Trigonometry
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attachement open the link below and check how i find the value from calculator which is wrong i think
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just do 1/tan(... and see
i did but not right answer as you can open this link and know the value of tan inverse 0.3462 http://w.intmath.com/trigonometric-functions/6-trigonometry-functions-any-angle.php

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Make sure our calculator is in degrees mode
use this online calculator http://web2.0calc.com/ its 2nd sin 0.3462) then =
@campbell_st i don't understand
oops when you get to the site press 2nd, tan enter 0.3642 ) then = it will give an angle in decimal degrees... rather than degrees minute seconds
i did @campbell_st but fail
and @campbell_st the vlue is 0.3462

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