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    why is it 90,180,270,360 for sine graph and for tan 30,60,90,120
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    ???????????? i need helppp
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    why is no one helpinggggg
    Because your question makes no sense
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    why is it 90,180,270,360 for sine graph and for tan 30,60,90,120
    Go on youtube or mathswatch and go over the subject on there. It might help you understand.
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    why is it 90,180,270,360 for sine graph and for tan 30,60,90,120
    Please rewrite your question, so that it makes sense. Or post the original question you're stuck on.
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    The trick is to learn the formula, once you understand the formula the numbers no longer matter.
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    what is the formula??
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    The graph of y=sinO, the x-axis at -90,90,270,450 i dont get that
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    (Original post by hujikolp)
    The graph of y=sinO, the x-axis at -90,90,270,450 i dont get that
    That's not a question. Can you post a picture?
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    (Original post by hujikolp)
    The graph of y=sinO, the x-axis at -90,90,270,450 i dont get that
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