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Find x. Round to the nearest tenth. Picture attached!!

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Have you considered the Law of Sines?
no i havent but isnt that opposite hypotenuse?

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\[\frac{ a }{ \sin A }=\frac{ b }{ \sin B }=\frac{ c }{ \sin C }\]where a,b,c are sides and A,B,C are the angles opposite the corresponding sides
\[\frac{ x }{ \sin 87 }=\frac{ 21 }{ \sin 37 }\]
You don't have any right angles. "hypotenuse" doesn't mean anything for this triangle.
cross multiply and solve for x using algebra
ohk
when you don't have a right triangle think law of sines or law of cosines
ohk so i get rid of the 37 first right?.... by multiplying?
You calculate the values for sine and then you solve for the missing item. In this case, it is only a simple multiplication.
i multiply 21 and 87?
which is 1827
No, there is not 87 or 37. You must first calculate the sine of those angle measures.
uggh this is too much and its late thanks for all you help but i cnt concentrate when im sleepy... so i will be asking this question again tomorrow.

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