## WHY TAN() = SIN()/COS()???

||/\||. Tan is a measure of how much sloping an object is. [Hence tan(0) = 0 & tan(90) = infinity].

||/\||. Sin is a measure of how much vertical an object is.

||/\||. Cos is a measure of how much horizontal an object is.

||/\||. Thus Tan=Sin/Cos is another way of saying that how much sloping an object is,...is a function of two things........

1] How much vertical an object is (directly proportional hence will appear in the numerator)

2] How less horizontal an object is (inversely proportional hence will appear in the denominator).

Hope This Helped....
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