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Evaluate tan^2 60 degrees +sin^2 45 degrees without using your calculator.
a)5
b)7/3
c)1/2
d)7/2
Please help.
Draw the 3060 and 4545 triangles. What is the answer? You ought to be able to do these from memory. If you cant, make and use flash cards on these triangles.
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