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  • 5 years ago

a=20 c=24 B=47degrees solve the triangle

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  1. anonymous
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    can you give that as a diagram?

  2. anonymous
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    how can i get a diagram?

  3. anonymous
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    well i would make one in mspaint or soemthing or do you know if a and c refer to a side and the hypotenuse, and 47 degrees is the opposite angle of the side a?

  4. anonymous
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    little a and little c refer to the side and the angle at 47 is actually B so i guess it is the opposite of side b

  5. anonymous
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    is it a right angled triangle (does it have an internal angle that is 90 degrees)?

  6. anonymous
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    um i dont think so because the only in the book it doesnt say that it just says a=20 c=24 B=47 degrees solve the triangle

  7. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    ok so you have to use the cosine rule which is b²=a²+c²-2ac cos(B) do you know how to do that?

  8. anonymous
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    there are variations for the cosine rule as well, just so you know.

  9. anonymous
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    what triangle?

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