sebastiangonzagonza
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Hi!!! i need help with geometry please
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do you know SOH CAH TOA ?
sebastiangonzagonza
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yes. SOH Sine Opposite Hypotenuse. CAH Cosine Adjacent Hypotenuse. And TOA Tangent Opposite adjacent
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you know AC and want BC. for angle labeled 33 , what are AC and BC (in terms of SOH CAH TOA) ?
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I believe that they are opposite
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and adjacent
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so maybe TOA?
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when you are at angle A , what is the label for side AC? and for side BC? you have 3 choices: hypotenuse, adjacent and opposite
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for side ac its adjacent and for side bc its opposite
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Your life will be much simpler if you take a few minutes and look at https://www.khanacademy.org/math/trigonometry/basic-trigonometry/basic_trig_ratios/v/basic-trigonometry

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