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List from largest to smallest! :)

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    |dw:1327098531397:dw|

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    List ABC from largest to smallest

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    Help would be fantastic :) thanks

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    can i get some help

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    |dw:1327099258486:dw| what do you think :P

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    confused cant read it...

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    I just gave this answer in another thread of yours.

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    WHAT!

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    angles make the sides. =D. like compare 90* vs 10*. think of angles as making two sides farther. therefore if something has a larger side length. it needs bigger angle.

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    A, C,B

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    Well done Ron. Way to hang in there Selena

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    @RONNCC: For one second I thought you are saying that (9,10,11) as a Pythagoras triple, anyways you can't just say that it is \(90^\circ\) and \(10^circ \) the law of cosines is the way for a definite answer. But I guess you point here is to illustrate that angles and opposite sides are in direct proportion and as the sum is constant we can approximate fairly.

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