Question about Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator
My textbook states that the solution of tangent 37 is 0.7536, but when I enter TAN 37 ENTER in my calculator it comes up with -.8407712554. Do I have to program it to a certain criteria to get the answer. Any help would be appreciated.
37 is in degrees. so if your dealing with degrees you need to go to and change the mode. hit the mode button next to the 2nd button and go down to and change it from degree from radian by going to degree and hitting enter
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