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I got the answer 28.7 to the following problem: use the sines to find the indicated side (X) or angle theta

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angle a is equal to 52 degress the bottom is equal to 26.7 and angle be is equal to 70 degress
perfect answer - you're getting the hang of these now.

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yes!!! thanks !!!!
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for some reason my book says another answer... i just checked... it says 24.8!!!!
D'oh! I probably made the same mistake as you did. It is indeed 24.8 and should be calculated as: 26.7*sin(52)/sin(58) I originally did: 26.7*sin(58)/sin(52) sorry :(
note to self: never rush!
lol okay thanks... im glad I checked!
me too! :D

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