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http://prntscr.com/7sd09a I'm confused. I thought the opposite side was supposed to be across from this angle http://prntscr.com/7sd0ug and the adjacent side was right next to it

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  1. anonymous
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    opposite = across from the angle adjacent = below the angle

  2. anonymous
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  3. anonymous
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    @-Welp- theres a problem with my laptop veiwing the link you posted

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  5. anonymous
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    where is the angle at?

  6. -Welp-
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    In triangleDEF, what is sin D, in simplified form? A. 3 over 4 B. 4 over 5 C. 5 over 4 D. 3 over 5 Correct Answer: B — 4 over 5 Explanation: In triangleDEF, sin D in simplified form is 4 over 5. The sine ratio is the length of the side opposite the angle divided by the length of the hypotenuse. In triangleDEF, the hypotenuse is segment d e, which has length 25, and the leg opposite angleD is segment e f, which has length 20. So the correct ratio is sin D = 20 over 25, which simplifies to 4 over 5.

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    ???

  8. anonymous
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    SOH CAH TOA Sine Opposite/Hyp Cosine Adjacent/Hyp Tangent Opp/Adj

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