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yes it is
oh i was talking to another person but it is correct
ok thank you! :)
np any time
There is no way that is correct @Bookworm14
how do u know i am in
The hypotenuse CANNOT BE SMALLER than a leg
the triangle is not drawn to scale so it will look wrong
it says right in the image *not drawn to scale*
see she gets it
Scale doesn't matter. The hypotenuse as a concept cannot be smaller than a leg
I know, but that is what the math came out to??
no the hypotenuse does matter i give you that but i know math
@Agl202 @ganeshie8 @Kainui @AravindG
@LegendarySadist is right. Hypotenuse is always larger than other two sides. Let's try to do this together. What does sin 35 give you in this figure?
I mean take opp side/hypotenuse in figure.
Good so 0.6=16/x Can you solve for x now?
0.6x = 16 16 / 0.6 = 26.7
but that is not an answer choice?
Remember. You approximated before you got the final answer!!
Try plugging in real value of sin 35 instead of 0.6
27.9 ? but here is how i am being taught, just so you knw where my mind is on this sin = opp/hyp opp * sin (angle) = hyp 16 * sin (35) = 9.2
SEE THIS: a=b/c ac=b NOW THIS: sin = opp/hyp sin *hyp=opp
27.9 looks good :)
ok, thank you!