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posted by Anonymous .
evaluate tan(51 degree 15')+cot(25 degrees 18')

you will need your calculator
51°15' = 51.25°
25°18' = 25.3°
so we need:
tan 51.25° + 1/tan 25.3°
you do the buttonpushing
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