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ok and the question is...?

For (1) do you know the pythagorean theorem?

yep

what about the others!!

Yes, you can using trignometric ratios.

that is for (2).

Can you give examples for each??

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(3) you can find two missing angles if you know two sides. Same logic as above applies.

No, I can't do that.

omg...really?????

we're here to help, not do your homework for you

satellite, can you please help me figure out examples for each? please just please..nobody will

an example where you know one length and one angle? name a length and an angle and we can do it

which number are you on? can we please start on number 1?

I gave you an example for #1 yourmom, do you want to work out that examploe?

can we just all figure out 1 then move forward. yes can we do 1 ktklown

OK for #1, two sides are 3 and 4 how do you figure out the 3rd?

i will be quiet for #1

ok thanks. now ktklown, can we work out 1>

OK yes. You said you know the pythagorean theorem. What does it say?

the PT..3^2+4^2=C^2

OK so how do you solve for C?

add 9 and 16, then take sqrt of the answer being 25, then sqrt of 25 is 5

yes, you got it. that's an example of how to do #1

ok so now to number 2 please.

number 2 now???? sattelite

hi i was wondering if u could help me because im on this assessment now and have no clue what to do