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dw:1342596495379:dw
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the bottom right corner is 20 Degrees
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@sritama could you help me after Senorita Liseth
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of course..
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using sine law, dw:1342586702186:dw
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the sine of 20 is .3 and then do you times it by 18?
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your process is correct .. if you got it then it it right :)
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but my possible answers are A. 52.6 B. 52.9 C. 6.2 D. 6.5
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well dont take the approximate value of sin 20 degree,,
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(sin 20) = 0.3420201433256687
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multiply that value by 18
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you are right
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