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triangle ABC is aright triangle. find sin A and the measure of angle A to the nearest degree.

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\[\sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} \]
wouldn't i do the sin- since i don't have the angle for A

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You don't need to have the angle to find the sin of A. Sin of A would be its opposite side over the hypotenuse.
oh okay then
Determining angle A won't really help.
You are right. You don't have the angle, you are going to calculate that just like you said with sin-, but you do have the lengths of the side opposite angle A and the hypotenuse.
\(\Huge \sin A = {20 \over 29}\)
is the answer 44 degree
Yes.

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