Mathematics
OpenStudy (anonymous):

Will give a medal for the correct answer... if sin theta = 12/13 and cos theta < 0, what is tan theta.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

A.13 B.13/12 C. -12/5 D. 12/5 E. - 5/12

OpenStudy (anonymous):

OpenStudy (yttrium):

sin = opp/hyp cos = adj/hyp <0 Therefore, we have (-x,y) |dw:1380717241460:dw|By using pythagorean theorem, we will get the third side which is the adjacent side of theta. So, cos(theta) = -5/13 Thereofore, by applying tan = sin/cosx. What will you get?

OpenStudy (yttrium):

@turtle123

OpenStudy (anonymous):

A.13 B.13/12 C. -12/5 D. 12/5 E. - 5/12

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I will give you a medal if you give me THE correct ANSWER...............

OpenStudy (debbieg):

OpenStudy (debbieg):

And by the way, most of the people here who can help you LEARN care far more about THAT, than about getting a medal.

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