For both 1 and 2 use the Trigonometric Ratios Table in this link : Trigonometric Ratios Table
For number 1: Find the measure of angle A correct to the nearest degree.
For number 2: Find the measure of angle B correct to the nearest degree.
Could someone please explain to me how you get to the answer, i'm so confused! Help! Thanks in advance!
It's sad to say but my teacher is a complete idiot!!! Everyone in the class is confused and he never explains the work he just gives us worksheets and expects us to automatically know it. It makes me really angry but...ok getting off track now. Sorry. Thank you for any help guys, I appreciate it.
Your question asks:
"For number 1: Find the measure of angle A correct to the nearest degree."
and you have to use the table for this.
I already told you yesterday about Soh Cah Toa and earboth even showed you how to do it.
In triangle 1 you are finding angle A. You have the Opp = 5 and the Adj = 10
Tan uses Opp and Adj so tan must be used to find the angle.
Tan = opp/adj
Tan = 5/10
Tan = 0.5
From your table. 0.5 to the closest degree is 27.
In triangle 2,you are finding angle B.
You have sides Hyp = 10 and Opp = 3
Sin uses Hyp and Opp so you must use sin.
Sin = Opp/Hyp
Sin = 3/10
Sin = 0.3
From your table. The nearest angle is 17