I seriously had this down until my teacher stopped using numbers...
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Originally Posted by Nervous cos(arctan U) Let , then .
So what is
Cos(Theta) = cos(arctan(U))
Last edited by Nervous; October 6th 2011 at 01:13 PM.
Originally Posted by Nervous Cos(Theta) = cos(arctan(U))
But that doesn't get me anywhere...? Oh come on. THINK!
Where does 3 come from? And I editted my post since you replied
Originally Posted by Nervous Where does 3 come from? Well, in the OP you complained about not having numbers.
Are you saying that if someone tells you that that you cannot tell us what value has.
If you cannot, then no wonder you don't know how do this question.
Originally Posted by Nervous Where does 3 come from? And I editted my post since you replied Where the 3 comes from is that Plato is giving you a concrete example of the general question to try and guide you to answering the general question. You are meant to realise that.
Answer Plato's question ( ) and then consider how you might use it as a guide to answering
Also, please don't edit posts after getting replies. For obvious reasons it just creates confusion.
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