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It can. The sine function is defined for all numbers--negative, 0, and positive. The function is periodic and repeats every 360 degrees.

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Q: Why sine cannot measure angle larger than 45?
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What is larger sine A or tangent A in an acute angle?

tangent will always be larger because its denominator is smaller than sine's.

Can the sine of an angle ever equal 2?

Sine of an angle cannot be 2, as you must be knowing, sin90=1, u may conclude that sin180=2. but 180 degree cannot be an angle of a triangle,

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The sine of a 30 degrees angle equals what?

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What is the size of an angle when the sine is 6352?

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Is sine of an angle directly proportional to an angle?

No. The sine of an angle is not directly proportional to the angle. It is a function of the angle, but it is periodic, repeating every 360 degrees of the angle.

Sine of a 50 degree angle?

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State the Sine Law in words?

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What is the sine of angle of incidence divided by the sine of angle of refraction of equal optical density?

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