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Measurement – Right Angled Triangles By the end of this lesson you will be able to identify and calculate the following: 1. The Tangent Ratio
The tangent trigonometric ratio for any right- angled triangle is defined: This is abbreviated to:
The value of this ratio for any angle can be calculated by measuring two specific side lengths of the right-angled triangle containing that angle and dividing them.
Note: if you get the wrong answer check your calculator is set to degrees.
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