Q: What is the tan of angle A bc equals 5 ca equals 12 ba equals 13?

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It also equals 13 12.

Yes because 12 divided by tan(67.38013505) equals 5 And: 122+52 = 169 making the hypotenuse of the right angle triangle 13 cm

Tan(f) = HG/FG = 12/5 = 2.4

By Pythagorean theorem, if the sum of squares of smaller sides of a triangle equals the square of longest side, it is a right angle triangle where the long side is the hypotenuse. 5 squared plus 12 squared is equal to 13 squared

12*13=156

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It also equals 13 12.

Yes because 12 divided by tan(67.38013505) equals 5 And: 122+52 = 169 making the hypotenuse of the right angle triangle 13 cm

Tan(f) = HG/FG = 12/5 = 2.4

(12/3) Tan-1 = 75.96o ? R = sqrt (52 + 122) = 13 ? 13 Sin (x+76o) I'd double check elsewhere though

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12*13=156

By Pythagorean theorem, if the sum of squares of smaller sides of a triangle equals the square of longest side, it is a right angle triangle where the long side is the hypotenuse. 5 squared plus 12 squared is equal to 13 squared

The complement of an acute angle A is the angle 90° - A. The complement of 13° is 77°.

X-12=13+12 +12x=2525

The dimensions given fits that of a right angle triangle and sin^-1(12/13) = 67.38 degrees

12 + 5 equals...

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