Posted by **syed** on Wednesday, August 30, 2006 at 7:21pm.

sin theta = squre roote of 3 over 4

what is the number feared by pythagoreans, since it lies halfway between the only two intergers that can be both the perimeter and the area of the same rectangle

Here is a hint. 16 is one of the integers.

Calculate the results of

2x2

2x3

2x4

2x5 etc.

Then

3x3

3x4

3x5

3x6 etc.

Then

4x4

4x5

4x6

4x7 etc.

you will soon find your answers.

17

13

syed , this is one of the standard angles. That is, if you mean sin(theta) = sqrt(3)/2

In radians it's pi/6. Find it in degrees too.

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