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{Given: cos(A)=\frac: sqrt{203}/{18}
{Find: tan(A)

Find the positive value of the above in simplest radical form.

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  1. Sorry, we do not have Latex.
    So
    cos(A)=sqrt(203)/18
    |tan(A)|
    =sqrt(sec²(A)-1)
    =sqrt(18²/203 -1)
    =sqrt(324/203-1)
    =sqrt(121/203)
    =11/sqrt(203)

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