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Can anyone see the picture I posted for the problem.

Can u find out tan of angle P

I do know that the tan function is opposite over adjacent. So then that'd put 33.8/57.6

Yes can u calculate its value

yes. now use a calculator

you have
tan x = 0.5868...
use "inverse tan" or \( \tan^{-1} \) key on 0.5868...

Yes now do uknw the value of tan60degrees

Sorry i mean tan(30)

Would you type in: tan^-1 and then 0.5868?

Oh, I forgot to tell you guys the answer choices:
A) 30.4
B) 35.9
C) 54.1
D) 59.6

it will be obvious if you figure out how to use your calculator.

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I'm trying to figure it out now. Just a second.

try it the other way

I did tan^-1 and typed in the numbers as well, and it gave me: 0.5306

you are in radian mode. multiply by 180/pi or easier, change your mode to degrees

what model casio
?

fx-9750GII

I'm looking at the manual. meanwhile, to get the answer, multiply 0.5306*180/pi

Thank you for you help by the way, so I punched in what you told me to and I got: 30.416

which rounds to 30.4º
to change mode to "degrees"
use shift menu (this gets you to "setup")

Okay, I did that. Then what?

you should see "angle" at the bottom
scroll down using the "down cursor"

Yes, then press Execute?

it says press function keys to change the setting?

try F1

yes, execute, then F1 (I am guessing)

Okay, I'll try it. Just a moment please.

were you on the "angle" line when you hit exe ?

Yes, I was.

try again, just to be sure

maybe once you are at the angle line, just press F1 ?

It doesn't take me anywhere.

does rad change to deg ?

Oh, yes it does. Once I pressed F1 it changed to Deg.

now use exit button

Okay, then what next?

check it works, try shift tan ( \(\tan^{-1} \) ) 0.5868

please close this post and make a new one. (this one is a bit long)

Okay, thank you!