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how do I find theta if R is given as R=B/ √ 2 how do I find theta if R is given as R=B/ √ 2 how do I find theta if R is given as R=B/ √ 2 how do I find theta if R is given as R=B/ √ 2 how do I find theta if R is given as R=B/ √ 2

how do I find theta if R is given as R=B/ 
how do I find theta if R is given as R=B/ 
how do I find theta if R is given as R=B/ 
how do I find theta if R is given as R=B/ 
how do I find theta if R is given as R=B/ 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

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Damith Dilhan
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4 years ago
Considering the triangle we can use tringometry to solve this problem .
Sin\Theta =R/B
Sin\Theta =(B/\sqrt{2})/B
Sin\Theta =1/\sqrt{2}
\Theta =\sin^{-1} ({1/\sqrt{2}})
\Theta =45\degree
So the answer is (2)
 
Answer is (2)

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