# trig

can someone tell me the answer to this problem? Fcos29(degrees)-0.58(fsin29/362.6)=0

What does Fcos and fsin mean?
Is f a variable?

If F is an unknown and f is another unknown,
F cos 29 = 0.58(f sin 29)/362.6
0.8746197 F = 0.00077548 f
1127.8 F = f
If F = f, the only solution iz zero.

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