Evaluate\(\dfrac{ tan \;26°}{cot\; 64°} \) 

Asked by Abhisek | 1 year ago |  65

1 Answer

Solution :-

To simplify this, convert the tan function into cot function

We know that, 26° is written as 90° – 26°, which is equal to the cot 64°.

\( \dfrac{ tan (90° – 26°)}{cot \;64°}\)

Substitute the value, to simplify this equation

\( \dfrac{ cot \;64°}{cot \;64°}=1\) 

Answered by Pragya Singh | 1 year ago

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