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Ray9927

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Hi all! I'm Ray and I'm new to this community, it's a pleasure!

I'm trying to resolve a trigonometry exercise where I have to calculate the trigonometry Identities of a right triangle but in the specifications they don't show me any common data (hypotenuse or cathethus values), they just leave me a sen α= √3/ 2

I know how to calculate the identities parting from the main two values, maybe the hypotenuse and one of the cathethus, then using the The Pythagorean Theorem to isolate the remaining variable, and finally reflecting the values in the identities formules (sen, cos, tan...) to finish the excercise but, this is completely new for me...

What should I do to proceed with this type of excercise? should I use the sen formule: Opposite/ hypotenuse with √3/ 2 to obtain the first values? i mean √3= Opposite and 2= hypotenuse?

I'm trying to resolve a trigonometry exercise where I have to calculate the trigonometry Identities of a right triangle but in the specifications they don't show me any common data (hypotenuse or cathethus values), they just leave me a sen α= √3/ 2

I know how to calculate the identities parting from the main two values, maybe the hypotenuse and one of the cathethus, then using the The Pythagorean Theorem to isolate the remaining variable, and finally reflecting the values in the identities formules (sen, cos, tan...) to finish the excercise but, this is completely new for me...

What should I do to proceed with this type of excercise? should I use the sen formule: Opposite/ hypotenuse with √3/ 2 to obtain the first values? i mean √3= Opposite and 2= hypotenuse?