# Tangent word problems

Jul 18, 2012

Trigonometry

The tangent of angle A is defined as Tan A = (leg opposite angle A)/(leg adjacent to angle A) Find missing sides and angle of right triangles. How to find the opposite side or adjacent side using the tangent ratio? This video shows you

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## Sine-Cosine-Tangent Word Problems

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