• anonymous
What calculation is different in finding missing side lengths and angle measures in a right triangle using the trigonometric functions? This is a question on my study guide and I have absolutely NO idea what it means, so someone please explain it to me or solve it please
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  • misty1212
i have read it six times and i am sure i don't know what it means either
  • anonymous
@misty1212 is absolutetly correct in this sense: that the trigonometric ratios in a right angled triangle express the ratios of sides to angles, and therefore none of these relationships are left out. So, therefore, the answer must be : there is no different calculation in finding the missing side lengths and angle measures in a right triangle using the trigonometric functions.
  • anonymous
You will be aware of the typical three trig ratios: sin, cos and tan which express the relationships between the three sides. (O/H)(A/H) and (O/A).

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