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 Inverse trig functions 2013-05-19 From ky:hello, so iv'e been asked to draw a triangle with sides of 3, 4, and 5. And find the measure of all three angle using sin-1, cos-1, tan-1. I got really confuse, I'm taking the SAT pretty soon and it would be great to get this... THANXAnswered by Penny Nom. tanθ=1.192 2011-01-15 From Adori:Use a calculator to approximate two values of the θ (0 ≤θ≤2π) that satisfy the equation. a) tanθ=1.192 I do not understand how to find the second value of θ.Answered by Harley Weston. Finding angles 2003-12-02 From Jason:I AM TRYING TO SOLVE A TRIG PROBLEM AND HAVE FORGOT HOW TO DO IT. WHAT I HAVE IS A RIGHT TRIANGLE WITH SIDE A BEING 14 FEET AND SIDE B BEING 3 FEET, USING PYTHAGOREAMS THEOREM SIDE C SHOULD EQUAL 14.318 FEET ON A RIGHT TRIANGLE BUT I AM TRYING TO REMEMBER HOW TO FIND MY ANGLES OTHER THAN THE ONE THAT IS 90 DEGREES.Answered by Penny Nom.

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