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*WILL MEDAL* The tangent ratio is the ratio of the side opposite the acute angle over the side adjacent to the acute angle. True or False

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    Read this

  3. anonymous
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    tangent If A is an acute angle of a right triangle, then the tangent of angle A is the ratio of the length of the side opposite angle A over the length of the side adjacent to A

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    That's the definition

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    Thank you

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    For the medal

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