Find the values of the six trigonometric functions for angle Θ.
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anyone? please.

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this is what it looks like

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i am trying it and i got 0.625 for the sin.

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How did you get 0.625? What did you do?

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These are the 6 trigonometric functions btw. |dw:1438578372182:dw|

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figured up the hypotenuse at 19.2 and then i took the opposite which is 12 and divided it by the hypotenuse.

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Should your answers be in decimal or fractions?

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wasn't specified

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so i just did it in decimals.

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I'd suggest you'll write in fractions. :)

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okay so should i convert it over?

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usually if its not how the computer wants it my teacher fixes it but i can always do it in fractions.

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You're right that the hypotenuse is 19.2, but let's convert it with radicals :) So the hypotenuse is |dw:1438578691977:dw|

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okay.

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It is always easier to convert from fractions to decimals than from decimals to fractions. XD

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i noticed lol

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Did you see the image above? About the six trigo functions? Just apply it.

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yes

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Let's start with sine. \[\huge sine=\frac{ opposite }{ hypotenuse }\]
We know that the opposite=12, adjacent=15, and hypotenuse=3 sqrt 41. So what would sine be?

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yeah trying to figure it out

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Hmmm don't use your calculator. Just plug in the numbers then that's it. Let this be in fraction form.

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im not using a calculator I'm just that bad at math

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12/3sqrt41

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Correct.

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thats how i do it?

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that easy?

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Yes. :)

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theres no way its that easy

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But... you need to rationalize it because the denominator is in radical form.

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so how do i do that?

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Multiply both the numerator and denominator with the denominator.

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Solve it, then that's the sine.

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I'll help you. :D What is 12 times 3?

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36

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sorry, I'm bad when it comes to anything with square roots

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So the numerator will be 36 sqrt 41.

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ok.. now?

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For the denominator, just remove the radical sign, then multiply.

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so 9?

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No. Since we removed the radical sign, it will now be 3 times 41.

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ok so 123

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You forgot to multiply the other 3. :)

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this is so complicated lol

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369

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Yes! :D

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so is that the answer?

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But we need to simplify it first.

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lol its never actually done

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HAHAHA one more step, then that's it; I promise. :D

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ok.

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Do you know how to simplify it?

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no

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:(

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Oh so we just need to find all of the factors of the numerator and denominator.

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Do you know the factor of 36? What do you multiply to get 36?

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2

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2 and ?

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18

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Great! So what are the numbers you'll multiply to get 18?

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Do you know the factor tree?

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i know how to simplify but not with the numerator being a square root

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Just ignore the square. :D

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So just simplify 36/369.

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okay

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So what's the answer?

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4/41

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sorry my laptop was at 1% and it wasn't charging so i was trying to fix that lol

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Good! So you just need to put back the sq rt of 41 to the numerator, then that's the sine.

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For cosine, just do what we did in the sine.

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so 4sqrt41/369?

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You already simplified it, why did you put back 369? :D

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i meant 41 I'm losing it lol

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i was looking back over everything lol

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Lol yes that's the sine.

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Now do the cosine.

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i think i got it from here. i can look back over it all.. thank you :)

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Sure! Once you did cosine, everything is now easy. Do you know how to get the tan now?

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What makes it harder is the rationalizing of the radicals, right? :D

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yes, thank you so much!

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you're welcome! if you need any help, just tag me.

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awesome! thanks!

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