Find the measure of angle y. Round your answer to the nearest hundredth.

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I would use tan^-1 but how would I type it into my calc to get the correct answer?

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@jim_thompson5910 I have a feeling you could help with this
@robtobey could u help
make sure your calculator is in degrees mode... there should be a D or DEG on the top of the screen... next press the 2nd or Shift key... depending on the calculator then press tan the screen should display \[\tan^{-1}(\] enter the fraction, close the brackets and press =
round the answer to 2 decimal places.
is the fraction 5/14? @campbell_st
yes
okay can you stay here a second to tell me if i am right or wrong
wait how do i enter a fraction on a calculator?
just use\[5 \div 14\]
it came out as 0.006233399489
how do I change that into the answer?
what type of calculator do you have..?
i am using this one online http://web2.0calc.com/
ok these are the keys 2nd atan 5 2nd divide 14 ) =
19.65 is this correct @campbell_st
that's correct... on this calculator \[\tan^{-1} = \arctan\]
thank you for all the help.

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