Sine

In this equation, you need to find the **Sine(sin)** button on your
calculator. This equation helps you find the side **Opposite** of
the angle or the **Hypotenuse**. For this example, you will do
**sin(A)=opp/hyp**. Lets say you wanted to find
the opp side. This will look like **sin(A)=opp/hyp**
, then you multiply the hyp by **sin(A)**, and it
will reveal the opposite. If you are tryingto find the **Hyp** then
it is a little different. You will set itup the same like
**sin(A)=opp/hyp**, but then put **sin(A) over 1**. A
represent any angle. You will then cross multiply **sin(A) x hyp,
and 1 x opp**. Set them equal to get **sin(A)/hyp = opp**, and that is
how you use **Sine**!