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sin a=3/5, a lies on quadrant 1 and sin b=5/13, b lies on quadrant 2. Find cos(a+b)

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cos(a+b)=sinasinb-cosa*cosb

sina is given, so cosa=4/5
sinb is given so cos b=12/13

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