Q: What is the tan of 6 degrees rounded to the nearest hundredth?

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55.000

27.000

Because that is the way the tan function is defined!

No, white and tan are not the same colors. The links below show the difference between the colors.

"Percent Slope" is a representation that uses the ratio between the rise and run to describe the triangle formed. "Degree slope" is the measure of the angle formed. You can simply take the percent and divide by 100 to get back to the real ratio and then take the inverse tan of that number to give you the degrees of slope.

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