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What is ambigous case in trigonometry?

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Two triangles can be made with angle \(\phi\) and side lengths; L, a
I already know the sine law. and written on my notebook is: 1.) one solution case 2.) two solution case 3.) no solution case they have a given What is the use of ambigous case? as I remember, my teacher said that it is used to determine what triangle will be formed, obtuse, or acute.
How do you also identify what ambigous case is that?

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@UnkleRhaukus Is that the two solution case? does it mean you can have two different triangles based on the given?
how do you know if it is a two solution or one solution
I think in no solution it will be undefined.
if i have remembered the right ambiguous case about triangles ambiguous means there is more than one solution

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