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## What is the value of theta in tan theta is equal to 4?

tan 76 ° ≈ 4,. Your logic is just a rip-off,.

## How do you find the value of tan 4 3?

The value of tan inverse 4/3 is 53 degrees.

**How do you calculate θ?**

Just remember the cosine of an angle is the side adjacent to the angle divided by the hypotenuse of the triangle. In the diagram, the adjacent side is a and the hypotenuse is c , so cosθ=ac . To find θ , you use the arccos function, which has the same relationship to cosine as arcsin has to sine.

### How do you find tan theta from cot Theta?

As mentioned above, the cotangent is the reciprocal of the tangent.

- Hence, cotθ=1tanθ θ = 1 tan .
- This will yield, cotθ=1a θ = 1 a .
- Hence, the value of cotθ is 1a for given value of tanθ.

### How do you evaluate tan 4?

The value of tan 4 degrees in decimal is 0.069926811. . .. Tan 4 degrees can also be expressed using the equivalent of the given angle (4 degrees) in radians (0.06981 . . .) ⇒ 4 degrees = 4° × (π/180°) rad = π/45 or 0.0698 . . .

**How do you find the value of tan 4?**

## What is value of tan theta?

Values of Trigonometric Ratios

Angle (In Degree) | 0° | 30° |
---|---|---|

Tan θ | 0 | 1/√3 |

Cot θ | ထ | √3 |

Sec θ | 1 | 2/√3 |

Cosec θ | ထ | 2 |

## How do you solve cot Theta?

If we know sinθ=x and θ is acute (i.e., 0<θ<π/2), then θ=arcsinx. Therefore, cotθ=1tanθ=cosθsinθ=cos(arcsinx)sin(arcsinx)=√1−x2x.

**What is tan theta equal to?**

Because tan theta have range (-◆◆ to +◆◆ ) so it take any value between from this interval for some theta (◆◆ represent infinite). For tan(theta ) = 3 when theta is equal to 71.56 degree .

### What is the value of Tan?

As we know, tan is the ratio of sin and cos, such as tan θ = sin θ/cos θ. Thus, we can get the values of tan ratio for the specific angles. Sin Values. sin 0° = √(0/4) = 0. sin 30° = √(1/4) = ½. sin 45° = √(2/4) = 1/√2. sin 60° = √3/4 = √3/2. sin 90° = √(4/4) = 1. Cos Values. cos 0° = √(4/4) = 1. cos 30° = √(3/4) = √3/2

### What is tan of 1?

The inverse tan of 1, ie tan-1 (1) is a very special value for the inverse tangent function. Remember that tan-1(x) will give you the angle whose tan is x . Therefore, tan-1 (1) = the angle whose tangent is 1.

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