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  2. immanuelv
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    40/ sin 32 = x/ sin 90

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    You can do this one.

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    why 32

  5. immanuelv
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    well subtract 90+ 58 from 180 .... it gives you 32

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    does it help?

  7. immanuelv
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    then use the law of sines

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    I think Hikari is in high school. Keep it simple. No need to find the other angle. But i'm sure he appreciates the help.

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    do u need any more help on this problem?

  10. anonymous
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    so that problem to find height

  11. immanuelv
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    the height is approx. 75.48

  12. anonymous
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    and can u help with the x and y because i tried it and i can't find it

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