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why is sin(-20)/cos 380

equal to tan (-200)

  • Pre Calculus - ,

    I covered this previously.

    Sin(theta)=sin(theta+360) in degrees
    Sin(-theta)=sin(Theta) in degrees

    sin(-20)=-sin(20) =-sin(20+360)=-sin(380)
    then...
    Tan(-theta)=-tan(theta).

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