In a right angle triangle divide the opposite by the hypotenuse to find the sine ratio.
The sine of an angle in a right triangle is opposite/hypotenuse, where opposite is the only side that is not adjacent to the angle you want to find the sine of, and the hypotenuse is the side opposite the right angle in the triangle. Just find opposite/hypotenuse.
Sine ratio = opposite/hypotenuse
Cosecant is the reciprocal of sine. To find the cosecant of an angle using a calculator, find the sine of that angle (using the Sin button) and then divide 1 by the result.
To find which angle has a sine of 0.13, you calculate arcsin or sin^-1(0.13) =7.47 degrees 7.47 degrees has a sine of 0.13. There is also another angle , below 360 , has a sine of 0.13. Subtract 7.47 from 180. 180-7.47 = 172.53 degrees also has a sine of 0.13.
For a right angle triangle:- hypotenuse = adjacent/cosine or hypotenuse = opposite/sine
The sine, cosine and tangent are used to find the degrees of a right angle triangle.
Divide -900 by 360, and the remainder will be the angle you need to find the sine of: -900 / 360 = -2.5 --> -900 = 360*(-2 - 0.5), so sine(-180Â°) = sine(-900Â°). sine(-180Â°) = 0
its a type of sine bar . it is used in metrology lab .from this equipment we can find tapered angle of a conical spcimen
the sine of an angle can't be greater than 1.0
the sine of a 30 degree angle is 0.5
No. The sine of an angle is not directly proportional to the angle. It is a function of the angle, but it is periodic, repeating every 360 degrees of the angle.