What Is The Tan Of 30 Degrees?


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The tan of 30 degrees, that is, tan (30 degrees) would be equal to 0.577350269. It is essentially 1/sqrt (3). Understand that the input value (such as tan of 30 degrees) for the trigonometric functions would be a particular angle. The output value (such as 0.577350269) given for these trigonometric functions essentially is a pure number. Consequently it has no unit.

The three major trigonometric functions would be the sine function (sin), followed by the cosine function (because) and finally the tangent function (tan).

A website which helps clarify trigonometry basics would be It offers quite a few widely used input and output values which are given for the three key trigonometry functions.
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Anonymous answered
Tan of which angle is .615

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