Refer to triangle ABC. If a=110 inches, b=66 inches and C=60 degrees, find C.

Refer to triangle ABC. If a=110 inches, b=66 inches and C=60 degrees, find C.

This is a trigonometry question for grade 11 math class

answer choices: A (√3) / 3 B -√3 C -1 D -2

answer choices: A cosθ = (-35)/37 B cosθ = (-12)/37 C cosθ = 12/37 D cosθ = 35/37

answer choices: A quadrant 1 B quadrant 2 C quadrant 3 D quadrant 4

answer choices: A sinB B cosB C tanB D cotB

answer choices: A log base10 X(X-6) B log base10 X^4(X-6)^3 C log base10 X^4 / (X-6)^3 D none

A: -√(17/24) B: -√(7/24 C: -√(7/6) D: -√(17/6

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sin(x-y) if sinx=7/25, cosx=24/25, siny=3/5, and cosy=4/5

Solve the trig equation below. Make sure to give all possible answers. (Any and all angles are in degrees) sin∅ = -1

Solve the trig equation below. Make sure to give all possible answers. (Any and all angles are in degrees) 2cosα = √3

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