given 2 angles and a side (80 degrees,20 degrees, and 8 cm) how do you find the other two sides (round 3 decimal places)
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hmm I'm not sure , but I believe that the following question represents a graph with 3 dimenstions where:
x = r cos (theta)
y = r sin (theta)
z = r? or r cos (theta) <-- not sure of this one.
If z = r = 8 cm, then you can plug in the R in the x and y equations to find the other sides; however, if r is not = z, then I'm not sure of what to do.
Hope I'm right though :)
is this for a triangle?
if so use law of sines
sinA/a = sinB/b = sinC/c
where side a is opposite angle A
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cant solve this for you because i dont know where the angles and sides are relative to each other
you find the 3rd angle by subtracting from 180
180 - 80-20 = 80
3rd angle = 80 degrees
looks like an isosceles triangle
>_< I've made it so complicated lol, thank you dc ^_^