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if sin T is .5299 and cos T is .8481 then what is tan

Guest Jan 28, 2015

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tan T = sin T / cos T = .5299/.8481 = 0.6248083952364108

And "T" is given by

tan-1 (0.6248083952364108) = about 32° (± n360°)

{Verify for yourself using the inverse sine and cosine functions for the given values of sine and cosine that this is true.... !!!!}

 

CPhill  Jan 28, 2015
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Best Answer

tan T = sin T / cos T = .5299/.8481 = 0.6248083952364108

And "T" is given by

tan-1 (0.6248083952364108) = about 32° (± n360°)

{Verify for yourself using the inverse sine and cosine functions for the given values of sine and cosine that this is true.... !!!!}

 

CPhill  Jan 28, 2015

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