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Think of the ratio [tex]\frac{\sin\theta}{\cos\theta}[/tex]. What can that be written as?

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I know that can be written as tangent, then?

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I don't understand that part you said

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You need to find the red angle and the green angle. Now you tell me why that will solve the problem.

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OK, I think I figure out the answer it's 288.4 and 108.4, am I right?

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Yes, those are pretty decent approximations.

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