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3 items are filed under this topic.    Page1/1            tan inverse 1/4 2016-03-14 From nazz:prove; tan inverse 1/4=1/3 cot inverse 52/47Answered by Chris Fisher.     Angle of incline 2010-01-20 From Alan:how do I fnd the angle of an incline with a measurement of 0.042 with an adjacent of 1.2mtrs?. Thank YouAnswered by Penny Nom.     The angles in a right triangle 2007-03-28 From Golaan:I need the to understand the formula for finding either of the acute angles of a right triangle given it's hieght length and base length. I want to find the degrees of either accute angle. So for this example I have a right triangle with a height of 410 meters and a base length of 1,700 meters. I don't understand cosine, sine, and tangent or the other ones at all. So if the solution includes those (which I believe it does) could b very verbose yet in a very elementary way? The purpose of ths is that I have to define the general incline angles (or grade) of various areas of terrain. I know the distance by map and also the the altitude at either endpoint.Answered by Penny Nom.      Page1/1    Math Central is supported by the University of Regina and The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences.    about math central :: site map :: links :: notre site français