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Write an equation that could be used to find the value of e.

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tan45=p/e
To use the law of sines, pick any side and its opposite angle that you know a/SinA = b/Sin(B)

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yeah sorry i got it wrong
She's studyin' law of sines right now, so that's probably the better method for her to use.
Thanks, @Savvy :D
third angle isn't 90
x/sin63=22/sin45
Yeah, Savvy's method only works for a right triangle.
What is peoples' obsession with taking NAMED unknowns and RENAMING them x?
haha....right...!!!
welcome @Abbie23 but my method was wrong.....
It's okay, you still helped me, that's what matters :)
:)
Toocute.
What's too cute lol
lol....
You're like the team mom, pattin' heads and handin' out oranges. It's adorable.

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