MATH SOLVE

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# In which triangle is the value of x equal to tan−1(StartFraction 3.1 Over 5.2 EndFraction)? (Images may not be drawn to scale.) A right triangle is shown. The length of the hypotenuse is 5.2 and the length of the side adjacent to the right angle is 3.1. The angle between the 2 sides is x. A right triangle is shown. The length of the hypotenuse is 5.2 and the length of the side adjacent to the right angle is 3.1. The angle opposite to side with length 3.1 is x. A right triangle is shown. The length of 2 sides are 5.2 and 3.1. The angle opposite to side with length 5.2 is x. A right triangle is shown. The length of 2 sides are 5.2 and 3.1. The angle opposite to side with length 3.1 is x.

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Answer:The angle opposite to side with length 3.1 is x The triangle in the attached figureStep-by-step explanation:we know thatIn a right triangle the tangent of an angle x is equal to divide the opposite side to angle x by the adjacent side to angle xIn this problem we have[tex]x=tan^{-1}(\frac{3.1}{5.2})[/tex]thereforeopposite side to angle x is 3.1 unitsadjacent side to angle x is 5.2 unitsThe angle opposite to side with length 3.1 is x see the attached figure to better understand the problem