While Chris is organizing his binder he finds a conjecture that he wrote for problem 3 – 81 in the

While Chris is organizing his binder he finds a conjecture that he wrote for problem 3 – 81 in the book if one angle of a right triangle has a slope ratio of a/b , then the complementary angle has a slope ratio of b/a how

A) How can Chris update the conjecture using the name of the trig ratio that corresponds to the slope ratio?
B) Write a new conjecture about the sine and cosine of complementary angles. you might try some examples on your calculator to you develop your conjecture.
( I have no clue what this question is asking)


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