Posted by **Lindsay** on Tuesday, October 2, 2007 at 6:49pm.

I'm learning about trigonometric functions, and my worksheet instructs me to find the "missing information" for each triangle.

For the first one, they give me the length of the hypotenuse (45) and that theta = 35. How can I go about finding the missing info?

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