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Wat u Have to Find ?
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The options are : Cannot be solved B = 20.7°, C = 146.3°, c ≈ 23.7 B = 20.7°, C = 126.3°, c ≈ 17.8 B = 20.7°, C = 126.3°, c ≈ 29.6 @yahoo!
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Use Sine Law
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a/SinA = b/SinB
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From here Find Angle B then To Find Angle C Use This Relation A + B + C = 180
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wouldnt that make it option 2 ? @yahoo!
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Is side a next to angle A or opposite?
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dw:1362324075136:dw This is how you find B. Then to find C you plug A and B into this equation: A+B+C=180. The from there you use SinA/a = SinC/c to get c. If you need any more help tag me
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