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# Maths query watch

1. can someone confirm if the way i answered question 6.ii is correct or is there another way thanks.
2. (Original post by kevvvvvv)
can someone confirm if the way i answered question 6.ii is correct or is there another way thanks.
Where is the question and solution?
3. (Original post by Calzs34)
Where is the question and solution?
server error it wont let me upload it
4. (Original post by kevvvvvv)
server error it wont let me upload it
Do you have a link to it or able to take a picture and then upload through imgur or something similar? Or perhaps explain in words ?
5. (Original post by kevvvvvv)
can someone confirm if the way i answered question 6.ii is correct or is there another way thanks.
http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=38
6. (Original post by Calzs34)
Do you have a link to it or able to take a picture and then upload through imgur or something similar? Or perhaps explain in words ?
basically there are three co ordinate points which are joined to make a triangle.points are: L(-2,1) M(0,2) N(0,2). the angle at M is split into two where the left part of the angle which is left of the x axis labelled alpha and the right part of the angle which is the right of the x axis is labelled beta.it is asked to find the values of sinBeta and cosBeta

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