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anonymous
 one year ago
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A right triangle is shown with one leg labeled 9, the other leg labeled 12 and the hypotenuse is labeled 15. The angle between the sides labeled 12 and 15 is marked y degrees and the angle between the sides labeled 9 and 15 is marked x degrees.
What relationship do the ratios of sin y° and cos x° share?
The ratios are both identical (9 over 15 and 9 over 15)
The ratios are opposites (negative 9 over 15 and 9 over 15)
The ratios are reciprocals (9 over 15 and 15 over 9)
The ratios are both negative (negative 15 over 9 and negative 9 over 15)
anonymous
 one year ago
Will Give Medal and Fan!!!!! Use the image below to answer the following question: A right triangle is shown with one leg labeled 9, the other leg labeled 12 and the hypotenuse is labeled 15. The angle between the sides labeled 12 and 15 is marked y degrees and the angle between the sides labeled 9 and 15 is marked x degrees. What relationship do the ratios of sin y° and cos x° share? The ratios are both identical (9 over 15 and 9 over 15) The ratios are opposites (negative 9 over 15 and 9 over 15) The ratios are reciprocals (9 over 15 and 15 over 9) The ratios are both negative (negative 15 over 9 and negative 9 over 15)

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anonymous
 one year ago
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 one year ago
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