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When you are given degrees with minutes, use a proportion! For instance, you have 47 minutes. So set it up like this 47/60 = x/100 cross multiply 60x = 4700 x= 4700/60 x=78.33333 Now just add that on to your degrees! 52* 47' = 52.78333*! Then just type it into your calculator: sin(52.78333*) <---- do not forget your degree sign! and that will end up being .79635 RADIANS.
yes thank you so much
which portion ?
from "Now just add that on to your degrees!" down please
see previously we had multiplied with 100,then we got 4700
so when you get the answer you divide that by 100 then you will get 0.7833 now add that with 52
do it in the same way
and x=25 i divide 25/100 then multiply my answer by 79
not multiply sweety,add them
im half asleep
would that be the final answer?
use the calculator
how do you do radian
you don't have a scientific calculator
i have a TI-nspire cx
okay .do you have a button called mode
i dont see one
i have an fx 82
you will have a button of mode which will help you to change the degreed to radians
i have to go to settings for that and it was already in radians
should it be in degreed first
so what do you get as answer
yes so 79.25
look first find the answer in degrees by your calculator now multiply that with pi and divide that by 180
cos 79.25=0.186 degrees