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About 1.000269 .

Calculate it as 1/cos(1.329).

If you're asking how to calculate this on a particular calculator, what make and model?

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67 degrees. There are a number of methods to solve this.

One method.

Opposite angle of 67 degrees will be 67 degrees.

Angle above this will be 180 - 67 degrees, or 113 degrees.

Angle above this, y, will be 180 - 113 degrees, because angles of a straight line must add to 180. Result is 67 degrees.

Good luck,

Paul

One method.

Opposite angle of 67 degrees will be 67 degrees.

Angle above this will be 180 - 67 degrees, or 113 degrees.

Angle above this, y, will be 180 - 113 degrees, because angles of a straight line must add to 180. Result is 67 degrees.

Good luck,

Paul

Sep 12, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

stage 1 ... 25 Nm (18 lb ft)

stage 2 ... angle tighten + 90 degrees

stage 3 ... angle tighten + 90 degrees

stage 4 ... angle tighten + 90 degrees

stage 5 ... angle tighten + 45 degrees

stage 2 ... angle tighten + 90 degrees

stage 3 ... angle tighten + 90 degrees

stage 4 ... angle tighten + 90 degrees

stage 5 ... angle tighten + 45 degrees

Feb 26, 2015 | Opel Corsa Cars & Trucks

Since the two adjacent angles of a parallelogram must add to 180 degrees, the two angles have to be 45 and 135 degrees respectively.

Nov 02, 2012 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Answer:
angle a=9 degree
angle b=34 degree
angle c=21 degree
Explanation:
we have,
a+b=43............(1)
c+b=55..............(2)
c+a=30..............(3)
from (3) we get,
c=30-a...........(4)
substituting value of c from (4) in (2) we get,
30-a+b=55.........(5)
a+b=43..........(1)
(5)-(1) give
30-2a=12
30-12=2a
a=18/2=9 degree
giving value of 'a' in (1)
9+b=43
b=34 degree
similarly giving value of 'a' in (3)
c+9=30
c=21 degree

Oct 14, 2012 | TOPICS Entertainment Snap! Geometry...

Well, there is classification by sides, **equilateral** with 3 equal sides, **Isosceles** with two equal sides, and **scalene** with no equal sides, but you talk about angles, but I wanted to point out equilaterals have 3 equal angles, isoceles have 2 equal angles and scalene have no equal angles.

So, now we talk about angles: a**Right** trianlge has one angle that is 90 degrees, an **Obtuse** triangle has one angle greater than 90 degrees, and an **Acute** has no angles over 90 degrees.

Thus, it is possible to have a (scalene or isoceles) AND (acute, obtuse, or right) triangle, but never an equilateral AND (obtuse or right). The angles can't be equal and 90+ degrees if all three must equal 180 degrees.

So, now we talk about angles: a

Thus, it is possible to have a (scalene or isoceles) AND (acute, obtuse, or right) triangle, but never an equilateral AND (obtuse or right). The angles can't be equal and 90+ degrees if all three must equal 180 degrees.

Oct 06, 2012 | Mathsoft StudyWorks! Middle School Deluxe...

Label of key [deg symbol ' "]. It is between [(-)] and [hyp]

To enter a value in decimal degrees

12.58 [deg ' "] [=] Screen displays 12.58 deg on top line and 12 deg 34' 48" on bottom line.

Pressing the [deg ' "] key while this value is displayed will show 12.58

To enter a DMS value:

Press the [deg ' "] key after each number even if one of the numbers D,M,S is nill (0).

Exemple Enter 25 deg 0 ' 48"

25 [deg ' "] 0 [deg ' "] 48 [deg ' "] [=]

Screen displays 25 deg 0' 48" on bottom line

Pressing the [deg ' "] key converts this result to decimal degrees 25.013

This showed you how to enter angles in DMS or DD. For the rest 'find the angles, etc.' you should refer to your trigonometry manual: You have the definitions of the trigonometric ratios, the sine law, the cosine law to resolve triangles.

To enter a value in decimal degrees

12.58 [deg ' "] [=] Screen displays 12.58 deg on top line and 12 deg 34' 48" on bottom line.

Pressing the [deg ' "] key while this value is displayed will show 12.58

To enter a DMS value:

Press the [deg ' "] key after each number even if one of the numbers D,M,S is nill (0).

Exemple Enter 25 deg 0 ' 48"

25 [deg ' "] 0 [deg ' "] 48 [deg ' "] [=]

Screen displays 25 deg 0' 48" on bottom line

Pressing the [deg ' "] key converts this result to decimal degrees 25.013

This showed you how to enter angles in DMS or DD. For the rest 'find the angles, etc.' you should refer to your trigonometry manual: You have the definitions of the trigonometric ratios, the sine law, the cosine law to resolve triangles.

Feb 24, 2011 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

The DMS symbols are available under the ANGLE menu

Press [2nd][APPS] (ANGLE)

Under that menu you find the degree and minute symbol. To enter the seconds unit you use the key sequence [ALPHA][+] (")

To enter 1deg 15 minutes and 37 seconds

1 [2nd][APPS] [1:deg] 15[2nd][Apps][2:'] 37 [ALPHA] [+]

To enter a number in decimal degrees (eg 15.37)

Press [2nd][APPS] (ANGLE)

Under that menu you find the degree and minute symbol. To enter the seconds unit you use the key sequence [ALPHA][+] (")

To enter 1deg 15 minutes and 37 seconds

1 [2nd][APPS] [1:deg] 15[2nd][Apps][2:'] 37 [ALPHA] [+]

To enter a number in decimal degrees (eg 15.37)

- If angle unit is the degree just enter 15.37
- If angle unit is the radian , you must specify the angle unit as degrees: To enter 15.37 degrees you type 15.37 [2nd][Apps][1: degree] [ENTER].

Feb 08, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

draw a right triangle. The bottom of the triangle is 29.6 cm and the angle is 52 degrees (from the other edge). note: triangle not to scale.

| \

|52 \

| \

| \

| \ |

|_____38\ 52|

29.6

Therefore the inside of the angle is 38 (90-52) and the opp angle is also 52 (90-38)

sine = opp / hyp therefore hyp = opp / sine

length of hypotenuse is: 29.6 * sine 52 deg.

therefore the length of the hypotenuse is 23.32511 cm. the ant travels 1.4 cm / sec so the ant travels to the other edge in 16.66 seconds.

| \

|52 \

| \

| \

| \ |

|_____38\ 52|

29.6

Therefore the inside of the angle is 38 (90-52) and the opp angle is also 52 (90-38)

sine = opp / hyp therefore hyp = opp / sine

length of hypotenuse is: 29.6 * sine 52 deg.

therefore the length of the hypotenuse is 23.32511 cm. the ant travels 1.4 cm / sec so the ant travels to the other edge in 16.66 seconds.

Oct 21, 2009 | Whirlpool LER4634J Electric Dryer

Hello,

To convert an angle from degrees (decimal degrees) to the sexagesimal notation (deg, min, seconds) use the key [DMS] the one between [(-) and [hyp].

Everytime you press the key, the displayed result is cast in the other form

EX; 12.58 [DMS] gives 12 deg 34 min 48 sec.

Suggestion: If you are doing many calculations with the sexagesimal format, use the decimal degree format, and only when you find the final result do you convert it to DMS.

Hope it helps.

To convert an angle from degrees (decimal degrees) to the sexagesimal notation (deg, min, seconds) use the key [DMS] the one between [(-) and [hyp].

Everytime you press the key, the displayed result is cast in the other form

EX; 12.58 [DMS] gives 12 deg 34 min 48 sec.

Suggestion: If you are doing many calculations with the sexagesimal format, use the decimal degree format, and only when you find the final result do you convert it to DMS.

Hope it helps.

Sep 30, 2009 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

Hello,

In [RUN], screen press [OPTN][F6:->][F5:ANGL] [EXE].

Exemple 18.53 deg

18.58 [F1 Degree symbol] [EXE] shows 18.58. At the bottom of the screen appears a new option DMS with a left arrow. By pressing the corresponding key [F5], the screen displays 18 deg 34 min and 48 secs. To enter an angle in DMS, exemple the one above, you procedd as follows:

18[F4]34[F4] 48 [F4] [EXE] displays 18.58

Hope it helps.

In [RUN], screen press [OPTN][F6:->][F5:ANGL] [EXE].

Exemple 18.53 deg

18.58 [F1 Degree symbol] [EXE] shows 18.58. At the bottom of the screen appears a new option DMS with a left arrow. By pressing the corresponding key [F5], the screen displays 18 deg 34 min and 48 secs. To enter an angle in DMS, exemple the one above, you procedd as follows:

18[F4]34[F4] 48 [F4] [EXE] displays 18.58

Hope it helps.

Aug 20, 2009 | Casio FX-9750GPlus Calculator

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