simple math problem...sin theta=.90675?
im just trying to find theta.. but i cant figure out how you do it. i know its really easy but i totally forget. i just made up that number really any number will work.
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
IN THE CALCULATOR you need to use the ( sin ^-1 X) key.
Usually they are underlying beneath the (sin x) key, Just use the (second function key) and then the sin key.
In my calculator I got tetha = 65.06 degrees.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
This is when you use the arcsin function. Set the equation equal to theta like
theta = arcsin .90675
theta = 65.06 degrees
And don't forget to put your calculator in degrees and not radians.
Have a good day!
- Barry GLv 71 decade ago
on you calculator use the sin-1 key.I make it 65.06 degrees.
that's only one value, though. another is 180 - 65.06 = 114.94 degrees.
starting from those two values you can then add or subtract any multiple of 360 degrees.