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on the right triangle, the adjacent side's top is T and the bottom is S. the hypotenuse's side equals 13. the oppisite side is equals 12. and the the point oppisite from the adjacent, is R. using this info, what is the sin. of R,the cos. of R, the sin of T, and the tan of T?
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