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Solve the triangle.
B = 72°, b = 12, c = 8
A. Cannot be solved
B. C = 39.3°, A = 68.7°, a ≈ 16.5
C. C = 39.3°, A = 68.7°, a ≈ 11.8
D. C = 44.5°, A = 63.7°, a ≈ 11.8
 one year ago
 one year ago
Solve the triangle. B = 72°, b = 12, c = 8 A. Cannot be solved B. C = 39.3°, A = 68.7°, a ≈ 16.5 C. C = 39.3°, A = 68.7°, a ≈ 11.8 D. C = 44.5°, A = 63.7°, a ≈ 11.8
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amistre64Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
law of sines would be helpful
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amistre64Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
but there is a chance that there are 2 triangles that can be created so it might not have one solution
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