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  • one year ago

I have a right triangle. If the hypotenuse is 62,412, the opposite side equals 15,099, and the adjacent equals 60550.1. What are the angles?

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  1. anonymous
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    @robtobey @mathway @izuru

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    |dw:1438892535057:dw| My trigonometry skills have gotten a bit rusty. But I'm still willing to help out. Here's what the triangle looks like. Are you looking for both of the missing angles?

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    Yes both

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    Find this angle first. |dw:1438893045467:dw|

  5. anonymous
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    Plug it in your calculator.

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    Then for the other angle...|dw:1438893141515:dw|

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    In your calculator, make sure it is in degree mode and press the shift button to get sin^-1 or arcsin.

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    Are the angles 14 and 76

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    Yes. :D

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    Thanks

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    No problem!

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