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    Find at least two values for theta that fit the equation sin(theta) = 1/2 times the square root of three. How many such values are there?
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    go to this site and learn something about the unit circle. scroll about half way down to find what you are looking for ...

    Unit Circle - Library of Math
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    Sorry, forgot to post that I got it. I remembered the angles of the 30 60 90 and figured it out from there. Then I just added 360 to 60.
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    60 degrees is the smallest, but the next one is not 60 + 360.

    better take another look.
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