Asked Sep 5, 2019

Find the values of θ in degrees (0° < θ < 90°) and radians (0 < θ < π/2) without using a calculator.

cot(θ) = square root of 3 over 3

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Consider the trigonometric equation as cot(θ) = √3/3.



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(0 90°) cot e 3 1 cot e V3 1 e cot V3 =60°


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