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jessicag

## Main Question or Discussion Point

Well i just got into ap physics.Its my senior year and my counsler thinks i should and can take it. I haven't even taken trig yet. It wouldn't work out with my schedule to take both. So i picked physics. Now that you know my story I would like some help to refresh my memory on stuff,

directions say:find the angles associated with the trig. equations below.

a.)sin. angle=.0872. i got .0015 but don't know if its right. and another question.

4.)one angle of a right triangle is 26 degrees.The hypotenuse is 11 cm. Calculate the lengths of the other two sides.(i have know idea what to do on this one) i would appriecate the help thank you ~~~~

directions say:find the angles associated with the trig. equations below.

a.)sin. angle=.0872. i got .0015 but don't know if its right. and another question.

4.)one angle of a right triangle is 26 degrees.The hypotenuse is 11 cm. Calculate the lengths of the other two sides.(i have know idea what to do on this one) i would appriecate the help thank you ~~~~