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How do i work out tan(30 and sin(60

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Draw a triangle

If you haven’t seen it before, start with an equilateral triangle and split it in half with a line.

(Also, you have unmatched parentheses)
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Usually you're supposed jut memorize those values. Look up the unit circle.
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