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    Question Trigonometry Problem

    Find the sine, cos, tan, and cot of

    27
    0° 13' 37'' using trig tables.



    Should I convert the seconds to minutes?

    Please explain

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amy View Post
    Find the sine, cos, tan, and cot of

    27
    0° 13' 37'' using trig tables.
    13' = 13/60 degrees = .21666

    37''=37'/60=37/3600 degrees = .0102

    Thus,
    270+.21666+.0102=270.226 degrees.
    Now just use a calculator.
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