If cot5A = tan(3A-14Ëš), find the value of A? Given that 5A and 3A-14Ëš are acute angles.

Always remember that cot & tan are compliment to each other So tan Éµ = cot( 90-Éµ) So it is given that cot5A = tan(3A-14Ëš) Hence 5A + 3A - 14Ëš= 90Ëš So 8A - 14Ëš = 90Ëš or 8A = 90Ëš+14Ëš=104Ëš or A = `104^@/8` = 13Ëš

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