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looks like the AAS theorem..mind typing the given for better understanding? hehehe =)))
a=4.56, angle are 43 and 57, we need to find b and c
first..we solve the last angle which is.. 180 - 57 - 43 = 80 a/sinA = b/sinB so... 4.56/sin(43) = b/sin(80) 4.56(sin80)/sin(43) = b a/sinA = c/sinC 4.56/sin(43) = c/sin(57) 4.56 (sin 57)/ sin(43) = c input in calculator to get better division and multiplication hehe ^_^
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This isn't really a math question, so I went ahead and closed it. Also regarding posting links: we're generally ok with sharing resources as long as they're relevant and you're still providing help for users. But if all you're doing is posting links to another website, then we're going to have to take issue. We try to get answerers to engage with the askers, and just posting a link somewhere doesn't really help anyone. Please keep this in mind when helping.
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