anonymous
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i've never seen one of these questions in my entire lifetime on this earth. -_-
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anonymous
  • anonymous
What question?
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anonymous
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sorry it wouldn't post

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anonymous
  • anonymous
You have seen this equations before, they are simply the definitions of since and cosine in terms of the sides of the triangles.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Forget all the letters, they just refer to the sides of the triangle. So sine is opposite over hypotenuse. The question just makes it look difficult.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i meant in this subject. this is the first time one of the questions appeared in math
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay... anyway the step missing is most likely something along the lines of "substitute the values for sine and cosine back into the variables"
anonymous
  • anonymous
i feel like it'd be B. idk why
ganeshie8
  • ganeshie8
If \(a=b\) and \(b=c\), then \(a=c\). what property is that ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
reflexive????
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's like going from one thing to another... transferring the value...
anonymous
  • anonymous
OH! i get it!! its a!;)

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