Posted by **Jane** on Wednesday, April 29, 2009 at 8:27pm.

Give the measure of the acute angle with each given value to the nearest tenth of a degree.

cos A = 0.1 (84.3 degrees)

sec D = 1.8 (65.3 degrees)

That is all it gives :(

How would I go about solving this?

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