Posted by **Eve** on Thursday, March 27, 2008 at 8:55am.

Just a quick question. If i have sin squared of theta and theta is in a right triangle with sides 7(opposite side), 24(adjacent side), and hypotenuse of 25 does that mean that

sin squared of theta is just (7/25)squared?

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