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Word problem in which trig ratios are used in order to the hypotenuse of a right triangle.
The "sin" button is on your calculator is not working. Explain in words another way to find the missing side. Find the missing side without using sine.
Step one is to take the information given, and use complementary angles to find all three angles of the triangle, Next, use cosine to find the hypotenuse of the triangle..
The sine of a complementary angle will equal the cosine of it's complement.
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