To get this answer, type in tan(28) in your calculator. It should come out to be about .532. Make sure your calculator is in Degree mode.
simply by finding the component y and x along these sides with an angle of 60 degree (notice the forces are outer the hexagon) then using the square root of the sum of the individual squared y and xand then to find the angle use tan@=(y/x)
tan(pi/3) = tan (60 degrees) = 1.732 which is square root of 3
square root of 3
Tan[sqrt(3) radians] = tan(1.7321) = -6.1475
The answer, assuming that 120 is degrees and not radian is -square root of 3.
tan(sqrtX) + C
Blank = pi/3 radians.
tangent of 30 degrees = 1/2 of the square root of 3 = roughly 0.5773
Negative 1.047197551 etc, etc.
The Answer is 1 coz, 1-Tan squarex = Cot square X. So cot square x divided cot square x is equal to 1