Here is my equation: cosA=b/c. Now, I want to isolate A on the left-hand side. It is my understanding that cosA is a calculated value. "A" has a degree value, but cos has no numerical value...
Here is my equation: cosA=b/c. Now, I want to isolate A on the left-hand side. It is my understanding that cosA is a calculated value. "A" has a degree value, but cos has no numerical value...
Cos does not have any numerical meaning by itself, but cosA has a distinct value. If we multiply that value by its inverse, I can understand how we produce an answer of one. But how does that process...
I believe that calculators are not allowed, because the final answer is supposed to be exact. Thanks
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I dont get how to do this, the problme is sinx=.3 you have to take the inverse of n.3 and you get .305 (round) but the i dont know where to go from there, you need 2 solutions and .305...
please answer, i dont understand how to go about this problem.
Simplify. Please i need help! p- stands for Pi (radians). and yeah, its like this (a.cosx - b.sinx) / (b.cosx + a.sinx). Amd Tan^(-1) stands for the tangent inverse (tan inverse). We need...