Q: What is the cosine of 35 to three decimal places?

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0.1813

The cosine of 35 degrees is 0.82, to the same number of significant digits as 35.

The Dutch astronomer, Willebrord Snellius, calculated pi to 35 decimal places in the early 17th Century.

It is: 2 times the square root of 35 which is about 11.832 to three decimal places

To convert a percent to a decimal, express the percent as a decimal then move the decimal point to the left two places:3.5% = 0.035

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0.1813

1.3429

The cosine of 35 degrees is 0.82, to the same number of significant digits as 35.

The Dutch astronomer, Willebrord Snellius, calculated pi to 35 decimal places in the early 17th Century.

It is: 2 times the square root of 35 which is about 11.832 to three decimal places

To convert a percent to a decimal, express the percent as a decimal then move the decimal point to the left two places:3.5% = 0.035

Volume of the cone: 1/3*pi*142*35 = 7183.775 cubic cm to three decimal places

No - rounded to five decimal places, sqrt(35) = 5.91608.

12 ÷ 35 × 100 = 34.29% (rounded to 2 decimal places)

It is: 35/75 times 100 = 46.67% rounded to two decimal places

81.7757

Every angle has a sine and a cosine. The sine of 35 degrees is 0.57358 (rounded) The cosine of 35 degrees is 0.81915 (rounded)