MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# If the sin 60° = square root of three over two, then which statement is true? (6 points) cos 30° = square root of three over two, because the cosine and sine are complements cos 30° = 0, because the cosine and sine are complements cos 120° = square root of three over two, because the cosine and sine are supplements cos 120° = 0, because the cosine and sine are supplements

Accepted Solution

A:

The first one, which states that cos(30 deg) are complements