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rkent100 Group Title

how do you solve 30/60/90 triangles.

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    http://www.themathpage.com/atrig/Trig_IMG/30-60aa.gif The sides are always fit the ratios in the above diagram

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    what i meant to say is what are the steps to solve a 30/60/90 triangle

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    what parts are you trying to solve?

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    |dw:1315871262880:dw|

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    |dw:1315872249373:dw|

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    that is not a 30-60-90

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    30 = x since sides are equal; and the slant is equal to the scalar of sqrt(2); namely 30sqrt(2)

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