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    I'm really struggling with these questions, and can't find any help as to how to actually solve them (as in the method).

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    (Original post by c3ntury)
    I'm really struggling with these questions, and can't find any help as to how to actually solve them (as in the method).

    Could anyone help me out please?

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    \displaystyle \sin^2 \theta + \cos^2 \theta\equiv1

    How can you use this to find \cos \theta given \sin \theta ?
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    The way i do is by using the Triangle .

    say Sin x = 12/13

    Sin of an angle : is opposite/Hypotenuse

    so it is 12 / 13

    now If you look for Cos x we need to use the triangle

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    (Original post by charly2012)
    The way i do is by using the Triangle .

    say Sin x = 12/13

    Sin of an angle : is opposite/Hypotenuse

    so it is 12 / 13

    now If you look for Cos x we need to use the triangle

    Look at the picture drawn to you.Name:  Untitled.png
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    Just to add, if its acute the answer will be positive but obtuse means it depends on whether its sin or cos
 
 
 
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