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Hi when we are doing sin(value) is this multiplying the value by sin?

Guest Apr 3, 2017
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NO!!!

 

If we are given something like this:

 

sin (pi/ 3)  

 

We are looking for the sine of an angle with a radian measure of pi/3  [60 degrees]

 

So

 

sin (pi/3)  =  √3 / 2

 

 

cool cool cool

CPhill  Apr 3, 2017
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Say i am doing sin(106degrees) how would i explain what I am doing? Need to write it out and don't want to write "do sin" 

Guest Apr 3, 2017
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If the question was:

x = sin(106º)

It reads: "x equals the sine of one hundred six degrees."

Then you could say, "To solve for x, take the sine of one hundred six degrees."

hectictar  Apr 4, 2017

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