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find the side labeled x and y round to two decimal places. i have to draw the triangle.

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    do you have a picture to go along with this?

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    |dw:1347419773498:dw|

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    use SOHCAHTOA

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    Do you know how to use that?

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    yes

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    Alright if you use sohcahtoa you can figure out the x and y that is needed for your answer! =)

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    \[\cos 35 degree=\frac{ 2 }{ x }\]

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    i just don't where to go from there?

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    cos(35) = 2/x... all you gotta do is plug in cos35 into your calculator (if you can use it that is) then you will get a number... so it look like... # = 2/x then just solve for your x

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    .

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    does that make sense?

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    okay thanks

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    \[\cos(35°)=\frac 2x\] \[x=\frac 2{\cos(35°)}\]

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