- anonymous

Will give MEDAL!
Find the sine, cosine, and tangent of 360 degrees.
a.Sin 360 degrees = 1, cos 360 degrees = 0, tan 360 degrees = 1
b. Sin 360 degrees = 0, cos 360 degrees = 1, tan 360 degrees = 1
c. Sin 360 degrees = 1, cos 360 degrees = 0, tan 360 degrees = 0
d. Sin 360 degrees = 0, cos 360 degrees = 1, tan 360 degrees = 0

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- anonymous

with or without a calculator?

- anonymous

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- anonymous

sin 360 as you can see from the graph above is zero
the cosine equal is zer

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- Nnesha

just look at the unit circle
(x,y) solution where x-coordinate represents cos
and y-coordinate = sin
tan = sin over cos

- anonymous

have to diagree with @Nnesha

- anonymous

So is it A or C? if cos is zero @BPDlkeme234

- Nnesha

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- Nnesha

disagree why ?

- Nnesha

if sin 360 = sin 0 degree then cos 360 is also equal to cos 0 degree

- anonymous

correct

- Nnesha

so sin 360 = ?
cos 360 = ?

- anonymous

so what is tan? o/o?

- Nnesha

tan = sin over cos

- anonymous

That isn't a answer choice @Nnesha I know that sin 360 = 0 but idk cos

- Nnesha

x-coordinate represent cos value
what is the order pair at 360 in the unit circle ?

- anonymous

ah stop @Nnesha she just wants to know the answer, not any technical terms!

- Nnesha

whats wrong ? eh ?

- anonymous

Yea kind of have to submit the quiz now but I think it's D

- anonymous

hi @xoamb , it is undefined is the answer other than at point zero, so tan 360 =0

- Nnesha

answer plz
sin 360 = ??
cos 360 = ??

- anonymous

that is already answered @Nnesha

- Nnesha

it's okay let her answer that again!

- anonymous

I would but she seems to be gone

- anonymous

idk what cos is.. i guess 1

- Nnesha

yes right |dw:1439572023313:dw|
x= cos
sin = 0
so tan = sin over cos
tan= ??

- anonymous

Okay so basically the answer is D like i just said

- Nnesha

yes right!

- anonymous

I think you are right, does she get the concept of cos? a unique relationship in a right angled triangle...measuring the adjacent over hypoteneuse.. we extend it further to graphs, but they are only circles

- anonymous

thats all u had to say to begin with but thnks

- anonymous

I just had to show you a diagram of a circle with all the answers?

- Nnesha

lol with all the answer ? are you trying to say i gave ot direct answer ?

- anonymous

yes!lol

- Nnesha

okay do you see the *red report button* ??

- anonymous

No

- Nnesha

oky then.

- anonymous

I see a red tag called "Report a bug"

- Nnesha

opps red one is in the chat lolol
here is black sigh lol

- anonymous

D was correct

- Nnesha

it should be!

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