So my math teacher told me that as long as an angle is less than 90 degrees. The sine value of that angle will also be equal to 180 subtracted by that angle. Why is it this way? I just don't understand why it is true spesifically for sine values. Is there are a way to compare this to triangles in general? Would be really grateful for any answers, im struggling to understand this concept.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Question about sine values for angles 0-180

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