Could I find the two missing angle measures if I know some of the side lengths of a right triangle

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Could I find the two missing angle measures if I know some of the side lengths of a right triangle

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- anonymous

yes

- anonymous

How would I do this

- anonymous

can you give an example of triangle?

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- anonymous

That is the problem, it doesn't give an example. Just that question

- anonymous

you can use trigonometric ratios to find the angles...

- lgbasallote

^i think that will only work on right triangles....

- anonymous

ya but he said it was a right triangle

- anonymous

It is a right triangle.

- lgbasallote

good point

- anonymous

do u know the trigonometric ratios?
sine cosine tangent?

- anonymous

yes a little

- anonymous

that's what you can use

- anonymous

one angle is 80 degrees and 2 you don't know it equals 180 degrees solve

- anonymous

^that doesn't make sense

- anonymous

Im glad you said that because I was really getting confused

- anonymous

So how much do you know about the trig ratios?

- anonymous

I know a little. Math is really not my best subject and I am taking it online for grade forgiveness now.

- anonymous

Do you know how to use them?

- anonymous

A little

- anonymous

Can you use them at all?

- anonymous

Yes

- anonymous

So use them as you answer.

- anonymous

*your

- anonymous

and hopefully give me a medal :)

- anonymous

Thanks for your help

- anonymous

np

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