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Working out angle.

  • Thread starter DeanBH
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i know that pCosX = 6 and 0.2(pSinX+25)= 6

pSinx = 5
pCosx = 6

how do i solve for X.. i'm not sure how this works
 

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What do you mean by psin(x)? What does the p stands for? Is it a variable?
 
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nvm... its constant
 
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i know that pCosX = 6 and 0.2(pSinX+25)= 6

pSinx = 5
pCosx = 6

how do i solve for X.. i'm not sure how this works
Hi DeanBH! :smile:

Hint: whenever you have cos and sin (and nothing else), rearrange, take squares, and add. :smile:
 

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