Can you solve a right triangle given the hypotenuse \(c\) and the measure of the angle opposite to it?
-This was given in our Midterms Exam in Math103(Trigonometry)-
Marc Vince Casimiro
2 years, 2 months ago
Isn't the angle opposite the hypotenuse \( 90 ^ \circ \)?
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Yes, exactly why I wondered.
You will need to clarify what kind of problem this is.
If this is a long-response question, then the answer would be "No, because .... ".
Yes or No with example and illustration, though I'm not sure how to tackle this within our lesson (Trigonometric Identities)