Thanks for helping! If I have the coordinates (0,7) and I need to use the formula tan theta=y/x, (x cannot equal 0), how do I find the angle? Isn't it undefined? Thank You!

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Thanks for helping! If I have the coordinates (0,7) and I need to use the formula tan theta=y/x, (x cannot equal 0), how do I find the angle? Isn't it undefined? Thank You!

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there is only one angle ... well two ... that have an undefined tangent, but then again their cotangent IS defined. what are they?
I'm not sure :(
think of it this way: tan = sin/cos for what angle is cos(t) = 0?

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For sin(t)=0?
no, its the bottom that is zero ... so cos(t) = 0
y/x = sin(a)/cos(a) y cos(a) = x sin(a) since x=0 and y=7 7 cos(a) = 0 cos(a) = 0
ah, so it is pi/2?
yes :)
awesome, that was really helpful!
Thank You!
good luck :)
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