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Change each of the following to decimal degrees. If | Ch 2.2 - 27

Trigonometry | ISBN: 9780495108351 | Authors: Charles P McKeague ISBN: 9780495108351 200

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Problem 2.1.100

Change each of the following to decimal degrees. If rounding is necessary, round to the nearest hundredth of a degree.17 20'

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1/3 Trigonometric Functions­ functions that utilize trigonometric values… ­ I.e. cos, sin, and tan. To find the values of trigonometric functions just remember the acronym S.O.H.C.A.H.T.O.A. ­ S.O.H.C.A.H.T.O.A helps people remember how to find the values for sin, cos, tan. ­ Keep in mind this is for finding values in right triangles. o SOH­ Sin= opposite/hypotenuse. o CAH­ Cos= adjacent/hypotenuse. o TOA­ Tan= opposite/adjacent or sin/cos ­ Opposite and adjacent are referring to sides opposite or adjacent to the angle the trigonometric function is trying to define. Several other trig functions can be found usinig the three main trig functions. ­ Csc­ 1/sin ­ Sec­ 1/cos ­ Cot­ 1/tan or

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Change each of the following to decimal degrees. If | Ch 2.2 - 27