Ahhh. Romeo, Yes, thou can asketh me a question...
Sir Shakespeare, nice to see you. Can I ask you a favor?
What is thou question? Thou loveth trig.
Great... Juliet needs helping JAMMING something into a doorway but in order for her to let me help I need to solve a Trig problem, which seems weird but its hwo we do things!
Ahh... Sir Romeo thou art 2 steps that thou must taketh to solevth this problem. This First one was madeth by my distant cousion Pythagroean.
All thy must do is solveth the 6 Trig functions for Theta using this triangle!
The First thing thou shalt do is take A squared plus B Squared = C squared and solve for A because thou already has the values for B and C. So Take 13 Squared which is C squared and subtract 5 squared from that. Then take the square root of that and the answer is 12.
I see... Then what?
The nest step is to remember the great Indian Chief Soh Cah Toa... such a great man, but you use his name to solve the problem. So the O stands for the opposite of theta, the H stands for the hypotenuse and the A stands for the adjecent angle. Then for the other three functions, flip the original function.
Oh so the Sin would = 5/13. The Cos would = 12/13 and the Tan would equal 5/12! Then Csc would =13/5, Sec would equal 13/12 and the Cot would = 12/5!
Thank you So much Shakespeare... No I can Help Juliet Jam her map of Lubbock into her Room... she really likes this town!
Thou art correct... Juliet shalt be proud of thou!