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find the exact values

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how do you find the exact values for sin 0, cos 0, and tan 0

Jul 14, 2023

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And this, is an example of someone who does NO RESEARCH beforehand and expects to be spoonfed the answers. You could literally google search it. Put in some more effort. We're not going to baby you.

Jul 14, 2023
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how do you find the exact values for sin 0, cos 0, and tan 0

You can look them up in the trig tables

You can find them on a scientific calculator

You can google each one as a question

Or, my favorite, you can draw, or visualize, a right triangle.

And then knowing the ratios

sine  =  opposite leg over hypotenuse

cosine  =  adjacent leg over hypotenuse

tangent  =  opposite leg over adjacent leg

edited to add ~  In this context, "over" means "divided by".

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Jul 15, 2023
edited by Bosco  Jul 15, 2023
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please don't give answers to people who can't be bothered to look up their question

Guest Jul 15, 2023
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>>> people who can't be bothered to look up their question <<<

But the OP is looking up their answer.  They're looking them up right here.

I didn't tell them anything that their math instructor wouldn't have told them.

I didn't reveal exactly what the values of those trigonometric functions are.

just how to find them.  I did what the teacher should have done, or maybe

the instructor did try to teach this, but the student couldn't grasp it then.

At least you said "please" which is courteous versus some of these trolls.

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Bosco  Jul 15, 2023
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Yes, but they could've just googled it which is both more pratical and efficient.

Guest Jul 15, 2023
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Yes, but they could have just looked for it instead, which would have been more practical and efficient.

Guest Jul 16, 2023