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Given A = 67o, B = 13o, and b = 20.3, which of the following can be used to solve the triangle? a. Law of Sines b. Law of Cosines c. Hero's Formula d. Cannot be solved.

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  1. kenneyfamily
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    those are degrees

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  2. AERONIK
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    cosine formula is a good option

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    Ah. Law of sines: \[\frac{\sin(a)}{A}=\frac{\sin(b)}{b}\] Law of cosines is \[c^2 = a^2+b^2 - 2ab\cos(C)\] So what are you given that can be used here?

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    cannot be solved

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  5. freewilly922
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    Sorry the law of sines should have been: \[\frac{\sin(A)}{a}=\frac{\sin(B)}{b}\]

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  6. kenneyfamily
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    the angles

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  7. kenneyfamily
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    oh and side b

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  8. freewilly922
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    Yes it can. You have 1 side and three angles

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  9. kenneyfamily
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    so law of sines?

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  10. freewilly922
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    And i flipped all my capitol letters with the convention. Yes, Multiple uses of Law of sines would solve the triangle. You would have to do a 180-a-b to get angle c though...

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