OpenStudy (sloppycanada):

Find the measure of angle A Drawing to come.

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OpenStudy (sloppycanada):

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OpenStudy (stylesprettygirl):

under 90

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OpenStudy (stylesprettygirl):

over 35

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OpenStudy (sloppycanada):

I know I should use cosine. So don't I just do cosine90 x something?

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

So with how that drawing looks, C must be 90. So now, let's try to find B. sin(B) = 5/21, sin(B) = 0.2381, \[\sin^{-1} (0.2381) = 13.77 \deg\].

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Now that's your angle B. Add B and C together, then do 180 - (B+C). That will be your angle A.

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OpenStudy (sloppycanada):

76

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

76.23, but yes. Try to be as accurate as possible with these problems.

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OpenStudy (sloppycanada):

Do you have time another one?

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Sure.

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OpenStudy (sloppycanada):

Find the measure of angle B.|dw:1445838554365:dw|

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