Finding the Angles Practice:Find the angle for each function. Round off to the nearest 1/2° .Question Answer (1) sin = 0.3745 22° (2) tan = 1 45° (3) cos = 0.8632 30.5° (4) sin = 1 90° (5) tan = 0.5785 30° (6) sin = 0.7756 51° (7) cos = 0.9397 20° (8) tan = 1.5030 56.5°
Finding the Angles When Two Sides Are Known: PracticeFind the measurement for both angles of each right triangle. Round off each answer to the nearest 1/2° .Question Answer (1) Opp = 22" Hyp = 34" 40.5° /49.5° (2) Adj = 19.375" Opp = 27.5" 55° /35° (3) Adj  64.9375" Hyp = 78.4375" 34° /56° (4) Opp = 14.5" Adj = 29.685" 26° /64° (5) Hyp = 3' Opp = 2.5' 56.5° /33.5°
Finding the Angle Using the Functions Table: PracticeFind the unknown angles for each right triangle below. Use the functions table. Back to Finding the Angles When Two Sides Are Known Back to Complementary Angles

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