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    Question Trigonometric ratios of compound angles

    I figured out the problem right after I made this post. Sorry everyone! Please go about your days normally.
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    Re: Trigonometric ratios of compound angles

    HINT:
    ~36.87 degrees = smallest angle in 3-4-5 right triangle.
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    Re: Trigonometric ratios of compound angles

    I already figured it out, but thank you anyways
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