Alright grey, your link had alot of different solutions, which is typical of systems, but it didnt have what i call the rref of the system, which is ok, because i should have been more specific, but i was guessing u would know anything about that, but in this case it was -1/11 and 5/11.

Moving on

My dad told me about a little anecdote that helps u remember the relationship between sin, cos, and tan.

“I wanted to go on a little toa, and soh i buy a cah.”

These three accents are the initials for the trig functions represented as the ratios to the sides of a triangle.

Sin = opposite/hypotenuse = opp/hyp

Cos = adjacent/hypotenuse = adj/hyp

Tan = opposite/adjacent = opp/adj

From this, u can c that tan = sin/cos since (opp/hyp)/(adj/hyp)=(opp/adj)

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