Hypotenuse = 5cm, need to work out opposite. (angle opposite the opposite is 34 degrees)

Hypotenuse = 5cm, need to work out opposite. (angle opposite the opposite is 34 degrees)

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Hypotenuse = 5cm, need to work out opposite. (angle opposite the opposite is 34 degrees)

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2021-02-06
\(\displaystyle{\sin{{\left({34}\right)}}}={o}{p}\frac{{p}}{{5}},\)
\(\displaystyle{o}{p}{p}={5}{\sin{{\left({34}\right)}}}={2.796}{c}{m}.\)
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