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OpenStudy (anonymous):

2 sides and an angle (SSA) of a triangle are given. determine whether the given measurement produce one triangle, 2 triangles, or no triangle at all. solve each trianle that results. round lengths to ther nearest tenth and angle measures to the nearest degree.... B= 33 degrees; b=19; a =34

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Cosine and Sine Law. Put it to good use.

OpenStudy (curry):

yep

OpenStudy (curry):

sin = opposite over hypotneuse cos=adjacent over hypotneuse tan = opposite over adjacent

OpenStudy (anonymous):

i know but im so confuse ab that... i just wanna check the answer.... so i will know that i did right or wrong...

OpenStudy (anonymous):

What are your answers?

OpenStudy (curry):

hey lin be my fan ur pretty

OpenStudy (anonymous):

LOL..

OpenStudy (anonymous):

hihihi thanks... i dont think that im pretty..:)...

OpenStudy (anonymous):

my answer is 1 solution, angle A= 78.5 , angle C= 68.5 and the side c=32.5.... is it right???

OpenStudy (anonymous):

using this problem with law of sines...

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