Q: What is cotangent of 45 degrees?

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The cotangent of 60 degrees is 1\(3^1\2).

-0.68

cot(-240) = -0.5774, approx.

cot(360Â°) = cot(0Â°) = tan(90Â°) = âˆž

Cotangent is a trigonometric function. It is the reciprocal of the tangent.

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The cotangent of 510 degrees is: -1.73205081

The cotangent of 60 degrees is 1\(3^1\2).

-0.577

0.839

-0.68

For an angle, ?, the cotangent (or cot) of the angle is given bycot ? = 1/tan ?If ?=65

It is approx 1.8040

cot(-240) = -0.5774, approx.

the cotangent of a 50 degree angle is -3.678 This is in Radians. The cotangent of a 50 degree angle is .8391 (rounded) degrees.

cot(360Â°) = cot(0Â°) = tan(90Â°) = âˆž

Cotangent is a trigonometric function. It is the reciprocal of the tangent.

135 degrees is the supplement of 45 degrees. When you minus 45 degrees from 180 degrees you will get 135 degrees which is the supplement angle of 45 degrees.