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Do you know law of sines?
i couldn't do it on this
yes, you can to find the angle x.

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x=sin-1(.0087679 then what do i do
Umm, that decimal is incorrect.
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Guys you cant use the law of sines on a triangle that's not 90 degrees angle, right????
Looks to me like\[c^{2} = a^{2} + b^{2} - 2bc CosA\]
Correct me if I'm wrong; please - Is that triangle a right angle??
i have no clue what do u think brittini
nd no its not a right angle
Law of sines is not only for right triangles.
You cant use law of cosines, and I think if you were to try @ScottB05 's setup is incorrect.
Ok, you still cant use the law of cosines.
but how do i start in this problem
I would say since the angles in a triangle must add to 180 degrees. Find your missing angle.
|dw:1355439236917:dw| Again - Please tell me if I'm going about this the wrong way?
Oh.... Right ignore me completely you made a mistake apparently - I'm so stupid sometimes -.-
im confused
I still disagree with @ScottB05
With good reason, I said I'm wrong already xD
Oh, okay. :p
now u think its solved by the law of cosines
No, I think law of sines
okay srry but lets start from the beginning because i got messed up with all this srry brittini
No prob.
thnxs k
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So, since you know two angles..can you find the third one? Hint: all angles in a triangle add up to 180 degrees
63 degrees
Great, so now your triangle looks like: |dw:1355440610624:dw|
:-( can u show me the equation to help solve it
You can use law of cosines.
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x=1924.7 its so off
what did u get brittni
@Brittni0605 You've done what I've done way up My answer to that equasion was x = 26.9
i know but i did something wrong
wait actually u did the wrong problem this is the right one |dw:1355443147072:dw|
can u try to solve it and see what u get
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thats much better thnxs i really understood my mistake
I may still be wrong but I believe this to be correct. Right until proven wrong =)
i think its the right answer
oops, sorry guys, I was eating.
hhh its alright so i think we got the right answer
I'd be happier if @Brittni0605 double checked my answer - I was wrong before :)
what do u think brittni
Hm, this is interesting. The picture must be drawn incorrectly, two angles are equal so it has to be an isosceles triangle.
its not exactly the same as the assignment but im new in this drawing thing
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maybe that's better..
yup way better :p
I agree with thinking x= 9.56
thnxs people i will close the question and i really appreciate ur help
Yep, np.
|dw:1355445651964:dw|Hmm... Wait actually... Haha I just saw something cause u drew it like that
Hmm..
Umm, cosine would be adjacent over hypotenuse, not hypotenuse over adjacent.
|dw:1355446061993:dw|Of course :L
Hmm, and for the original triangle..xsin54 = 8sin63, x= 8.81
So looks like we found a solution, x = 8.81; after about 2 hours? :)
Lol, phew, I feel so dumb.
hhh really its hilarious so THE ANSWER IS 8.81 for sure :p
Yes, I agree. Sigh.
Well in Scotland it's 1.10 am; I can sleep happy knowing it's solved! :)
Ohh, wow. Well goodnight-ish then..lol.
Haha, cheers, gn ;) Maybe I can blame my stupic mistakes on the time? :D
Lml..we both made silly mistakes, just bc we are human.
You hope I'm human.... :')
..oh no, im scared..I do hope you're human..lol.

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