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196-164/2= 16

The tangent of an angle is a ratio so, if you mean pi, and not pie, then it is simply a product of two ratios.

The angle between the radius and the tangent is a right angle of 90 degrees.

For a right angle triangle: tangent = opposite/adjacent

This ratio is the tangent of the angle.If the triangle is a right angled triangle and the angle in question is not the right angle, then it is the tangent of the angle in question.

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45 degrees

196-164/2= 16

The tangent of an angle is a ratio so, if you mean pi, and not pie, then it is simply a product of two ratios.

If the tangent of the angle is [0.171], then the angle is approximately [9.704 degrees] (rounded)

The angle between the radius and the tangent is a right angle of 90 degrees.

the tangent of an angle is equal to the length of the opposite side from the angle divided by the length of the side adjacent to the angle.

236-124/2=56 degrees

Because the tangent is a function of with the angle as its argument.

It is a trigonometric function, equivalent to the sine of an angle divided by the cosine of the same angle.

The inverse tangent is 0.83448691252602 degrees.

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