Math (Trig)

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Find the indicated ratios in the triangle.
Right triangle with a height of 2.56cm length of 4.65cm and hypotenuse of 5.31cm

a. tan A

b. cos C

c. sin C

How do I figure this out?

  • Math (Trig) -

    This is the most basic and rudimentary level of trigonometry.
    Are you studying this ??

    You probably have a right-angled triangle labeled ABC
    Since you don't describe where A , B, and C are, we can't answer your question.

    tan A = opposite side/ adjacent side
    = .....

    etc.

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