anonymous
  • anonymous
Check my answer please :) What is the length of the support AB? 9 divided by tan 60 degrees 9 sin 60° 9 cos 60° 9 divided by sin 60 degrees I believe its A
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anonymous
  • anonymous
phi
  • phi
Have you learned SOH CAH TOA ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes, does that mean its wrong lol :( my other guess was B

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phi
  • phi
to do this problem, put your finger on the angle you know (the 60 degree angle) now label each of the 3 sides: which side is *opposite* the angle, which side is *adjancent*, and which side is the hypotenuse ? can you label the sides?
phi
  • phi
The hypotenuse should be easy to find: it is the longest side, and it is the side opposite the 90 degree angle.
anonymous
  • anonymous
what do you think the answer is?
anonymous
  • anonymous
ive already tried to solve it i just want to see what I did wrong by finding the right answer
phi
  • phi
The first step is to label the sides. Can you do that ?

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