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sketch each triangle and then solve the triangle using the law of sines. angle a is =23 degrees, angle b is = 110 and c=50

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    angle B is 110!

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    not little b... angle B!

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    sorry, my mistake!

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    I found angle c by adding angle a and angle b and subtracting that from 180

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    OK MUCH BETTER :)

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    a/sina=b/sinb=c/sinc b/sin(110)=50/sin47 solve the right half of the equation and then multiple it by the sin(110) and you will get side b

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    SO how do I enter that in the calculator?

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    just take 50/sin47 and find what that equals then multiply that by the sin110

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    64.2?

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    yes!

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