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3. Could I find the two missing angle measures if I know some of the side lengths of a right triangle? And i have to make a example using this triangle VVVV walkthrough or good explanation would be nice(: im having a kinda hard time with this

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some of the side lengths means? how many?
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im not sure:/ thats the part that confused me

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\[\tan c=a/c\]
at least you have to know the length of two sides..
suppose you know the value of a and c, you can find out the value of
and when you know the value of ,C, you can find ,A too, as ,B= 90 degree,
thanks so much(: i think im starting to get a hang of this stuff now(:(:
you are welcome :)

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