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Urgent help needed pls help

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    use tan (angle)=perpendicular/base

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    still stuck??

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    yeah @stgreen didnt get the right answer

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    how did you calculate??

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    the way u told me tan (angle)= perpendicular/base but still didnt get the right answer

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    which angle did you use??

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    32

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    tan(35)=x/235 find x tan(32)=x2/235 find x2 x1=x-x2

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    so will the answer be 17.70 @stgreen

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    yup

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    @stgreen do you think u could help me with a multiple choice question as well

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    @stgreen do u think u can help me with the above question

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    ok lemme see

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    there is a method to check it...if you want??but i don't think you'll understand it quickly

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    if two sides and one non-included angle is given

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    @stgreen i have nver done this in class so i dont understand what u posted do u think u could summarise that file for me

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    it's kinda bit difficult for you at your level but what you can do is find that x i mentioned up...then check it its >1 or <1 or =1

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