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use the calculator to find the trigonometric values. express your answers in ten-thousandths.
sin 53 degrees 30 ft

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    On your calculator press sin then input 53 there should be a button above DATA that has degree symbol etc.. press the degree symbol. don't close parenthesis and enter 30, press the same button and move over to the ' symbol...enter it close parenthesis and you should get 0.8038 or .8039 rounded

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