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write down the value (corect to three decimal places of:-

a) sin64=
b) tan21=
c) cos67.4=

  • trig -

    geee, anybody should be able to punch keys on a calculator.

  • trig -

    you need to use a calculator for this..

    but...

    sin64=.920
    tan21=-1.53
    cos67.4=-.144

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    wat.

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