anonymous
  • anonymous
Could I find the two missing side lengths of a right triangle if I only know one side length and one angle measure (other than the 90 degree angle)? Examples please, with a walkthrough? if possible.
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Given an acute angle and one side. Solve the right triangle ABC if angle A is 36°, and side c is 10 cm. Solution. Since angle A is 36°, then angle B is 90° − 36° = 54°. To find an unknown side, say a, proceed as follows: 1. Make the unknown side the numerator of a fraction, and make the known side the denominator. Unknown Known = a 10 2. Name that function of the angle. Unknown Known = a 10 = sin 36° 3. Use the trigonometric Table to evaluate that function. Unknown Known = a 10 = sin 36° = .588 4. Solve for the unknown side. a = 10 × .588 cm = 5.88 cm
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There are more worked out solutions at the link: http://www.themathpage.com/atrig/solve-right-triangles.htm
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No haha you got everything perfect. Thanks man. Major props^

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