what is a 90 degree angle called
A 53 degree angle.
another angle, of 53 degrees
The third angle is 68 degrees which makes it a scalene triangle
I need to know how to find each angle measured to the first degree. Such as: Sin B= 0.4848
Supplementary angles are pairs of angles whose sum equals 180 degrees. Therefore: 37 degrees + x degrees = 180 degrees. 180 degrees - 37 degrees = x degrees = 143 degrees. The supplement of a 37 degree angle is a 143 degree angle.
0.5592 aplus is 0.602
sin30 is 1/2 or 0.5
sin(30) = 1/2
sin 300 = 1/2
I assume your 90 degree angle is on the right and the 30 degree angle is opposite that. ( degree mode ) sin theta = opposite/hypotenuse sin 30 degrees = opp./44 = 22
nwater * sin 30=nair *sin(angle of refraction) 1.33*0.5=1*sin(angle of refraction) sin(angle of refractiob)=0.665 angle of refraction inair=41.6 degrees nwater * sin 30=nair *sin(angle of refraction) 1.33*0.5=1*sin(angle of refraction) sin(angle of refractiob)=0.665 angle of refraction inair=41.6 degrees
Yes; if angle of incidence is zero angle of refraction is zero regardless of index: sin theta r = (n1/n2) sin theta i
sin of an angle is = the opposite side divided by the hypotenuse the opposite side divide by the hypotenuse = 12 / 37 = 0.324324 to find the angle take the inverse sine of 12 / 37 sin-1(0.324324) = 0.330297 radians, which is equivalent to 18.9246 degrees
csc = 1/sin csc (74o) = 1/sin(74o) = 1/0.9613 = 1.0403
180 - 143 = 37 degrees
sin θ = cos (90° - θ) cos θ = sin (90° - θ)
A 90-degree angle is a right angle.
5*sin(30) = 2.5 metres.
Because sin = opp/hyp and the opposite side to a 90 degree angle is the hypotenuse.