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Using tables or a calculator, find tan 16 degrees 15 + cot 32.7 degrees to the nearest hundreths

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  1. tan16 = 0.29.

    cot32.7 = 1/tan32.7,
    tan32.7 = 0.6420,
    cot32.7 = 1/0.6420 = 1.56.

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