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Am I taking the right approach by using cosine?

yes cos x = y/distance Moon to Sun

Okay thank you! But, should I write anything else in my answer?

\[\cos(x) = (\frac{ y }{ hypotenuse })\]

And is this what you mean by "cos x = y/distance moon to sun"?

Just want to make sure I'm writing it correctly.

what I am getting at is why the cosine rule

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never mind the draw then you were told what I was getting at

Oh, okay. I'm such a confused person, lol. Thank you!

you are welcome