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Find angle B, apply law of cosines and law of sines
Use SOH CAH TOA Tan(47)=h/100 type this into your calculator: 100*tan(47) thats your answer :)
I meant angle D
@Brent Are you sure that h bisects the base AB?
Brent, AC and AB are not equal
AC and CB *
Apply law of sines
angle BDC= 48 degrees angle ADC = 43 degrees
angle ADB = 91 degrees
\[\frac{\sin 91}{200}=\frac{\sin47}{DB} DB = 146.3\]
\[\frac{\sin 48}{BC}=\frac{\sin90}{146.3} BC=111.0\]
\[\frac{\sin 42}{h}=\frac{\sin48}{111} h = 100.0\]
Im sorry i couldnt tell whether or not they were equal

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