# SOLUTION: Find Theta in degrees, for given trig. function sin(0)=0.6527 Could someone help me with this and if I was using a calculator, how would I solve this? Thanks, Nathalie

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 Question 285881: Find Theta in degrees, for given trig. function sin(0)=0.6527 Could someone help me with this and if I was using a calculator, how would I solve this? Thanks, NathalieAnswer by stanbon(57214)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Find Theta in degrees, for given trig. function sin(theta)=0.6527 -------------------------- sin^-1(0.6527) = 40.745... degrees ------------------------------ I am using a TI calculator. --- The "sin^-1" symbol is above the "sin" button. --- Press "2nd"; then press "sin". On your screen you should see sin^-1( ----- Enter 0.6527) and hit the Enter button. --- You should see 40.74548098 if you are in the degree Mode. ---- If you see 0.7111427985 you r calculator is in the radian Mode. ----- To change the Mode hit the "Mode" button and select degree. ====================== Cheers, Stan H.