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  • one year ago

Find M<F to the nearest degree. 43 65 23 67

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  1. mckenzieandjesus
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  2. misssunshinexxoxo
    • one year ago
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    Which one do you believe it is?

  3. mckenzieandjesus
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    im not really sure.. maybe 23?

  4. mckenzieandjesus
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    i cant remember the formula to do this

  5. amoodarya
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    find tan(A)

  6. amoodarya
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    \[\tan(A)=\frac{12}{5}=2.4\]

  7. mckenzieandjesus
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    how do i find it?

  8. mckenzieandjesus
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    12?

  9. amoodarya
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    tan(?)=2.4 so ?=67.38... you can get it by calculator

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    |dw:1435702346599:dw|

  11. mckenzieandjesus
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    none of those come out to 2.4

  12. mckenzieandjesus
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    5/12?

  13. mckenzieandjesus
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    bc/ab= 5/12?

  14. mckenzieandjesus
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    @math1234 please help? im confused.

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    @satellite73

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    tan(67)=2.3

  17. TrojanPoem
    • one year ago
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    amoodarya, is right. Ok, all you have to do is to get sine or cosine or tan. |dw:1435702691524:dw| to me , sin is easier (it varies) sin(F) = B/A = 12/13 Calculator : 67 degrees.

  18. mckenzieandjesus
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    i just said 67 above

  19. mckenzieandjesus
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    thanku

  20. TrojanPoem
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    No problem, I was just assuring.

  21. mckenzieandjesus
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    ok well thanks!

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