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Step 1

Consider the given right triangle *ABC* , where angle *C* is right angle.

In order to find the trigonometric ratios from right triangle, first compute the height of the triangle using Pythagorean theorem as follows.

Step 2

The given trigonometric ratios from right triangle referenc...

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