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    here it is. Please

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    m confused, wat does yor question say?

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    Only guys can help?

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    Nooooooooooo

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    : ))

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    @jasonxx : Two sides and an angle are given. Determine whether a triangle (or two) exist, and if so, solve the triangle(s).

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    @Hero is here m putting ma weapons down , please proceed @Hero

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    Its alright @jasonxx . Thanks.

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    actually @Hero is master n ma solution would be lame , btw @aly12 yor nice :)

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    I guess we can assume that the angle is not between sides a and b

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    If the angle is between sides a and b, then only one triangle exists.

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    |dw:1355062797477:dw|

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    ur really are a @Hero !! =)

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    @Hero u know how to get the Q1 && Q2? </3 http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/50c49a1de4b066f22e10c0d0-aly12-1355061871354-screencaptures3.jpg

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    Use law of cosines

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    thanks :)

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