tan -105 degrees Edit: Never mind I got it, the answer is 2+2radical3, correct? Edit 2: Forgot to cancel the 2 before the radical, so it's 2+radical 3...
Last edited by toeknee; February 28th 2011 at 09:15 PM.
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An angle of in the clockwise direction is the same as an angle of in the anticlockwise direction. So since the tangent values are the same in the first and third quadrants... . Now make use of the identity .
Originally Posted by pickslides Now apply Yes it is, but the OP is evaluating ...
Good pick up Hayden, I didn't see that little fella in there, my eyes must be failing me... I hate being old.
Originally Posted by Prove It Yes it is, but the OP is evaluating ... But , so (Pickslide's post).
Originally Posted by TheCoffeeMachine But , so (Pickslide's post). I'll pretend I meant that...