Answer

\sin(-600\degree)

= - \sin 600\degree

= - \sin (360\degree +240\degree)

=-\sin240\degree

=- \sin (180\degree +60\degree)

=\sin60\degree = \dfrac{\sqrt{3} }{2}

Therefore,

The value of \sin(-600\degree) is \dfrac{\sqrt{3} }{2}

Steven Zheng posted 4 hours ago

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