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If I know that sin ( θ ) = 12/13 I can use the Pythagorean theorem to find that cos ( θ ) = 5/13 . What is tan ( θ )?

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  1. Never mind I got the answer. Its 12/5.

    sin (x) = 12/13 this is because sine is opposite divided by hypotenuse.
    cos (x) = 5/13 this is because cosine is adjacent divided by hypotenuse.
    tan (x) = 12/5 this is because tangent is opposite divided by adjacent.

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  2. Yes
    You might also remember that
    tan x = sin x / cos x

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