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If the shorter leg of a 30-60-90 triangle has length 8/sqrt(3), then the longer leg has length _____.

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use sine theta to find x
still not making sense

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ok in this triangle are you seeing the longer and shorter leg
now i have denote the longer leg by x now to find x i use the following formula
now calculate x
so divide the sin30 into the 8/sqrt of 3
yes but sin30 = 1/2 now solve it
how would you type that in the calculator
have you scientific calculator???
press 8 then press / or divide button and then press 3 then = button
ok i got 2.66
ok now clear your calculator's display
ok now type 2.66 then press / and type 0.5 and press =
ok i got 5.35
so this is your answer verify it

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