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the hands of a clock have lengths 3cm and 5cm. Find the distance between the tips of the hands at 4 o´clock. Worked solutions please

Trigonometry
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The angle made by the hands is 120 degrees. How about the law of cosines to find the missing side of the triangle?
how do i measure that angle?

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\[c^2=a^2+b^2-2bc \cos C\]
How many degrees in a circle?
360
Since there are 12 hours on the clock face, divide 360 by 12.
Since there are 12 hours on the clock face, divide 360 by 12.
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When the hand moves from the 12 to the 1, it goes 30 degrees. So when it goes from the 12 to the 4 it goes 4 times 30 or 120 degrees.
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