anonymous
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In ΔABC, what is the value of sin C? cb ca ba bc
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\[\sin =\frac{ \text{opposite} }{ \text{hypotenuese} }\]
anonymous
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hypotenuse

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anonymous
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How do I find the hypotenuse? @pgpilot326
anonymous
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it's the side opposite the right angle
anonymous
  • anonymous
So is it C for hypotenuse? @pgpilot326
anonymous
  • anonymous
nope... where is the right angle?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Right angle is the bottom left. I figured out how to do it A/C
anonymous
  • anonymous
*right
anonymous
  • anonymous
no, the right angle is not the bottom left. a right angle is 90 degrees.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I know kid i typed it wrong
anonymous
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all of the capital letters are denoting angles in your figure... the small letters are denoting sides (lengths). sin = (length of the opposite side) / (length of hypotenuse)

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