Algebra 2/trig

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How would I calculate the following function value?
tan = 29degrees 36feet

  • Algebra 2/trig -

    tan by itself is meaningless, we find tan(something).

    29 degrees 36 feet is a new type of unit for me.

    What I am saying is that your question makes no sense at all.

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