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    Anyone good at math and want to help me real quick?

    Can someone just find the measurements of these two angles for me? I forgot everything I learned in algebra.



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    Re: Anyone good at math and want to help me real quick?

    don't you mean you don't remember anything from geometry?



    You would need to find the following dimensions that I highlighted in red. From there you can use SIN COS & TAN functions on a calculator to figure out the missing dimensions.



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    Re: Anyone good at math and want to help me real quick?

    or, if that drawing is to scale, you can simply use a protractor.



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    Re: Anyone good at math and want to help me real quick?

    Cool, thanks a lot man. I didn't realize that there's a right triangle there.




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    Re: Anyone good at math and want to help me real quick?


    There are the measurements, I forgot how to do the SIN COS TAN. Do you divide the 2 angles then apply SIN to that? Could you do it for me?

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    Re: Anyone good at math and want to help me real quick?

    both angles should be about 79 degrees

    if i remember my math right

    sohcahtoa for the win




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    Re: Anyone good at math and want to help me real quick?

    yup inverse sin(10.5/10.69)=79.18 degrees




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    Re: Anyone good at math and want to help me real quick?

    Cool, thanks a lot guys




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