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Homework Help: MATH

Posted by George on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at 4:59am.

ok so I'm learning to solve problems like

cos(x)=2

and

sin(x)=5

I've wrapped my head around the process required to do so and I must say my brain is like @_@ mosh right now. Whenever I ask this question I never get a direct answer. I understand it's important to be able to define such angles and that this field of math is a valid field and worth studying but why??? Why would I ever need to know how to do this? Like it really hurts my head and I don't see when I would ever need to be able to solve such a problem in real life other than a text book...

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