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ues Pytha goras theorem, or use trigonometric identities directly..... Say what you prefer most ?
\[\sin 36=\frac{ 10 }{ x }\] \[(x*)\sin36=\frac{ 10 }{ x }(* X)\]

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thats as far as i have gotten
\[X \sin 36=10\]
\( (x*)\sin36=\frac{ 10 }{ \cancel{x} }(* \cancel{X}) \)
keep going, your target is x
how do i get x alone
do i divide by sin 36?
yes !
so \[x=\frac{ 10 }{ \sin 36 }\]
looks perfect !
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or 17 approx
\(17 = \color{red}{\checkmark}\)
im unsure sometimes on how to do some steps ^^
you're doing great, takes lil practice thats all :)
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you got to Xsin36=10 if the problem was x*2 = 10 you would know what to do: divide both sides by 2 the reason you are unsure of what to do is you are forgetting that sin36 is just a fancy way to write down a number. You can always divide both sides by a number.

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