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  • 5 years ago

a trinagle has angle tehta with sides a and b besides it.what is the highest angle for its max area.hint 1/2abcos tetha

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  1. anonymous
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    a, b constant?

  2. anonymous
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    they are the sides with the abgle between them

  3. anonymous
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    *angle bwtween them

  4. anonymous
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    ok so I think a, b are constant number. I found the area formula is 1/2absin(theta). What is that hint about? is that the area?

  5. anonymous
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    yes formular for finding the area which was given.

  6. anonymous
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    i also thought about the 1/2absin tethe but ..

  7. anonymous
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    I dont think that formula is right...

  8. anonymous
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    thats what im also thinking cos i was helping someone with it and in the question thats what it stated

  9. anonymous
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    lol, you know teachers do make mistake right =))

  10. anonymous
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    haha yes.anyway thank you for your time.

  11. anonymous
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    two heads are better than one

  12. anonymous
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    oh yes, of course haha

  13. anonymous
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    ill get back to you if i have any other doubts.ttyl

  14. anonymous
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    lol ok, shouldn't be any other problems.

  15. anonymous
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    oo well im hoping so lol!sometimes you get questions and think about it soo hard that ull have no option than to ask

  16. anonymous
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    quite right that

  17. anonymous
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    the formula is right

  18. anonymous
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    as long as theta is adjacent to a or b, but not both.

  19. anonymous
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    actually, it can be adjacent to both.

  20. anonymous
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    regardless the answer should be 60

  21. anonymous
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    if it's sin(theta) so shouldn't it be 90?

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