Math (Trigonometry)
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θ is an acute angle such that tan(θ)=1/4. What is the value of 17√17*(sinθ+cosθ)?

tan(θ)=1/4 =>
cos(θ)=4/√17, and
sin(θ)=1/√17
Guess you can take it from here.
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