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Example: 44' 6' 51'

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Use the fact that 44º 6' 51'' can be written as (44 + 6/60 + 51/3600)º

 

so you could just enter cos(44+6/60+51/3600) directly into the calculator.

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Alan  May 3, 2017
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Oh yeah thanks for pointing that out. I totally forgot I could do that. Take care. :D

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