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Homework Help: PRE-CALC

Posted by Billy NEED HELP on Friday, December 9, 2011 at 11:41am.

sin(arctan(-4/3)

okay so i made arctan(-4/3) = x
so im solving for sin(x)
and x= arctan(-4/3)
so then tanx = -4/3

and now im stuck i dont know what to do after that

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