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  • one year ago

find sin<C

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  1. ASAPT
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  2. anonymous
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    they are checking to see if you know that sine is "opposite over hypotenuse"

  3. ASAPT
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    ok then what

  4. ASAPT
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    @alekos @Owlcoffee @ganeshie8

  5. alekos
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    well whats the ratio of the sides O/H for <C ?

  6. ASAPT
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    im honestly not sure

  7. alekos
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    whats the opposite side to <C ?

  8. ASAPT
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    A

  9. alekos
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    No AB

  10. alekos
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    How long is AB

  11. ASAPT
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    24

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    @taramgrant0543664

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    Sin is the opposite side divided by the hypothenuse so: Sin<C= OPP/HYP Sin<C=AB/AC Sin<C=24/26

  14. alekos
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    There you go ASAPT. given to you on a silver platter!

  15. ASAPT
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    thanks guys!

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