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rygza

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In the attached picture there is a right triangle (the right angle is on the right bottom corner). The angle, theta, is on the left-most side. From what i remember, sin (theta) is equal to opposite/hypotenuse. If you can see in the picture, it has written: delta x = h/sin(theta)

so, sin(theta) = h/delta x

isn't this wrong?

so, sin(theta) = h/delta x

isn't this wrong?