Not quite sure how to do this, I messed about with it for a bit and got tan(theta)=0 The answers in the book are 0,90 Any help will be greatly appreciated!
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Hello, Originally Posted by LHS Not quite sure how to do this, I messed about with it for a bit and got tan(theta)=0 The answers in the book are 0,90 Any help will be greatly appreciated! Like they said, multiply by :
Ah, I see, I managed to get that equation but for some reason I didn't realise you could solve it, I expanded it then divided through by cos and sin to get tan theta + 1 = 1, which got me 0, and 180! Thanks!
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