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I can answer if you tell me what cos means.

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sin(30) = sin(90 - 60) = sin(90)*cos(60) - cos(90)*sin(60) = 1*cos(60) - 0*sin(60) = cos(60).

cos(60) = 0.57 x 60 x cos(60) = 7 x 30 = 210

hi,the value of cos 60 is 1/2

Cos(60) = -0.95241 assuming that angles are measured in radians, as would be done by most mathematicians. If they are measured in degrees, the answer is 0.5

cos(60) = 0.5 The simplest way is to use a calculator.

Cos 43

It is: cos(0) = 1

cos 315 degrees is 4th quadrant same as cos (-45) degrees which is +0.7071

cos(125) = cos(180 - 55) = cos(180)*cos(55) + sin(180)*sin(55) = -cos(55) since cos(180) = -1, and sin(180) = 0 So A = 55 degrees.

cos 34o ≈ 0.829 cos 34 = 0.86074

Cos(22.5)=0.9238795325

The cos of 2pi is 360 degrees which is 1.

cos(25o) = 0.906307787 ==========

30 degrees explanation 2Cosx-radical 3=0 Then 2cosx=radical 3 and cos x=(radical 3)/2 Now remember that cos 300 is (radical 3)/2 from the 30/60/90 triangle. So the answer is 30 degrees.

cos(73°) = sin(17°) = ~0.29237

cos(-100 degrees)

Cos(30) = sqrt(3)/2

Suppose the 30 unit vector is acting horizontally. Then the 60 unit vector has a horizontal component of 60*cos(60) units and a vertical component of 60*sin(60) units. So total horizontal = 30 + 60*cos(60) = 60 units total vertical = 60*sin(60)= 51.96 units. Then magnitude of resultant = sqrt(602 + 51.962) = sqrt(6300) = 79.37 units (approx). And direction = tan-1(51.96/60) = 40.89 degrees (from the 30 unit vector).

F=(75N) COS 60 DEGREES=37.5N

In degree mode. cos(40) = 0.7660444431 degrees ( 77 degrees will do ) In radians. cos(40) = - 0.6669380617 radians

15*cos(60) = 7.5 7.5 m

In radians: cos(42) = - 0.399965315 ---------------------- In degrees: cos(42) = 0.7431448255 ----------------------

If the angle is measured in degrees, then cos(33) = 0.8387, approx.