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If tanè = 4 / 3, then sinè =
F. 3 / 4
G. 3 / 5
H. 4 / 5
J. 5 / 3
K. 5 / 4

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  1. tan0 and sin0

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  2. us always, draw a diagram.
    Label one of the acute angles θ.
    The side opposite is 4 and the side adjacent is 3.
    (Note: the hypotenuse is not a side!)

    The hypotenuse is 5, since 3^2+4^2=5^2

    Now, review your trig definitions.
    sinθ = opposite/hypotenuse = 4/5

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    posted by Steve
  3. Thank you Steve.

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