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Chiomatn93

  • 2 years ago

Use the law of sinez to find the indicatwd side x or angle theta. <A = 70 degrees <c= 60 degrees line AB is 15 and line AC is x.

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  1. amorfide
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  3. Chiomatn93
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    Can u type the answer instead?

  4. amorfide
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    i dont know how to use the symbols they give lol but ill type properly angle a is 70 degrees angle c is 60 degrees sine rule = A/sin(a) = B/sin(b) = C/sin(c) the side opposite angle a = side A same for B and C we have x=B and 15=A so the rule is 15/sin(70) = x/sin(60) multiply by sin(60) this gives 15sin(60)/sin(70) = x x=13.8

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    Thanks

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