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Looks like a trigonometry question. Are you familiar with SOH CAH TOA?
Dan The Man: Trig problem. Lot of info given in that one graphic. I see that 2 angles are given, which means the third is also easily found. One of these angles is 90 degrees; the other is 50 degrees. The length of the hypotenuse is unknown, but is represented by x. Your job is to find the length of the hypotenuse, using the given info. So, let me ask you this: Which of the 3 basic trig functions provides a relationship among the angle, the length of the adjacent side and the length of the hypotenuse? If you have any kind of reference available, even the Internet, please check that reference before responding.
but not with the angles and sides, like idk how to calculate it using one and another
Please list the three most basic trig functions, so that I'll know you know them. How is the sine function, sin x, defined. A right triangle has 3 sides, whose names are "hypotenuse," "opposite side," and "adjacent side." Define the sine function in terms of 2 of these three sides.
If you'd please browse the following search results, you should be able to find definitions of all 6 trig funtions.
cos sin tan
Right. How is the sine function defined? The cosine? The tangent? I ask because you'll need one of these to solve the given problem.
How is the sine function, sin x, defined. A right triangle has 3 sides, whose names are "hypotenuse," "opposite side," and "adjacent side." Define the sine function in terms of 2 of these three sides.
sine o/h cos a/h tan o/a
all right. I was hoping for sin x = o/h cos x = a/h tan x = o/a
Please go back to the illustration that came with this problem. What are the names of the sides that are known? One side is not known at all, one length has a numerical value, and one side is marked with an " x ".
Right. One side is not marked. What's the name of that side? One side is marked with the letter x. What's the name of that side?
Dan, this process would go faster if y ou'd stick with me. First you were "just looking around," and now you're "offline." We are very close to the problem solution. I felt that you needed the review I've been giving you.
sorry, its my wifi