Posted by **Jill** on Tuesday, March 23, 2010 at 8:25am.

If I have a triangle with the hypotenuse side as 7, and the opposite side as 3, how would I find the angle? (This is a right triangle.)

......III

.....IIII

.7..IIIII

...IIIIII..3

..IIIIIII

_IIIIIIII<--90 degrees

Find this angle

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