# Given Right Triangle Xyz, What Is The Value Of Tan(Y)?

Given Right Triangle Xyz, What Is The Value Of Tan(Y)?. Triangle x y z is shown. Tan 60 degrees = 1.732 degrees.

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### Triangle X Y Z Is Shown.

Angle z x y is 60 degrees and angle x y z is 30 degrees. The length of hypotenuse x y is 42 and the length of x z is 21. Tan 60 degrees = 1.732 degrees.

### Given Right Triangle Xyz, What Is The Value Of Tan(Y)?

Given the right triangle xyz, what is the value of tan(y)? Similarly xz can be found out as follows: A is adjacent, b is opposite, c is the hypotenuse.

### Alecsey [184] 6 Months Ago.

A is the hypotenuse, b is adjacent, c is opposite. Given right triangle xyz what is the value of tan (y)? Yz = 4sin(60°) sin(60°) = √3/2.

### 1/2 Square Root 3 /3 Square Root 3 /2 2 Square Root 3 /3

Using trigonometry value, the value of tan(60°) = 1.73205. Square root 3 divided by 3. Given the right triangle xyz, what is the value of tan (y)?

### The Above Triangle Is A Right Angled Triangle In Which ∠Z =90° We Know That.

1/root 3 is the answer but it’s mild confusing in starting right Yz = 4 × √3/2. If the distance of the object p from point q is 50 metres, then find the distance between r and s correct to the nearest.