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If you remember that by definition cot(theta)=1/tan(theta) your expression can be calculated as 28/tan(30). Use parentheses if necessary to enclose the whole tan(30) factor.
Before calculating any trigonometric function make sure that the angle unit is set correctly. In your case I presume that 30 means 30 degrees. Use the [DRG] key to cycle through the angle units.

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