Can anybody help me with this following question, I never heard of it before...until now: If tan θ = x where θ is acute, find in the terms of x: a) 2 sin θ. b) 3 cos θ. What does θ acute in this case represent?
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If is acute then
Originally Posted by red_dog If is acute then Ah thank you for your help! Do you know where one could get best reference about this particular topic?
Originally Posted by Lites Can anybody help me with this following question, I never heard of it before...until now: If tan θ = x where θ is acute, find in the terms of x: a) 2 sin θ. b) 3 cos θ. What does θ acute in this case represent? In terms of x... if in a right-angled triangle. Using Pythagoras' theorem
Originally Posted by Archie Meade In terms of x... if in a right-angled triangle. Using Pythagoras' theorem Most helpful! Thank you for your kind explanation!
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