Sine of theta equals to the ratio of the magnitude/length of the adjacent side with 3 inches over the magnitude/length of the hypotenuse being 5 inches. Sine of theta, therefore, is three divided by 5 which is 0.6.
1. Sin c=opp/hyp 2. tan=opp/adj 3. sin=opp/hyp
sin c=8/17 tan38°=x/16 sin38=18/x
The statement is:
"Bread contains gluten".
The conditional statement is a statement of the form:
If P, then Q.
Where P is the hypothesis and Q the conclusion.
Then, for the conditional case we can have:
P = if it is bread.
Q = it has gluten.
Then the conditional statement would be:
If it is bread, then it has gluten.
The converse statement is:
If Q, then P.
So it changes the positions of the hypothesis and the conclusion.
In this case would be:
If it has gluten, then it is bread.