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anonymous
 one year ago
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In each triangle at the right m<=35deg a=11 and b=15 find m<b
So ok here is what I need help with I have the answer (this is from a book) but I need to know how they got it
Sin A/a=sinB/b
Sin 35deg/11=sin B/15
Sin B =sin^1 (15sin35deg/11)=51 deg)
Ok this is what I need to know how this =(15sin35deg/11) turns out to equal this 51deg
I have tried so many ways to get 51 on my calc but I cant I did 15*sin35/11= 0.782 I don’t know what I am doing wrong hopefully this makes sense.
anonymous
 one year ago
Ok I will medal AND fan for help. In each triangle at the right m<=35deg a=11 and b=15 find m<b So ok here is what I need help with I have the answer (this is from a book) but I need to know how they got it Sin A/a=sinB/b Sin 35deg/11=sin B/15 Sin B =sin^1 (15sin35deg/11)=51 deg) Ok this is what I need to know how this =(15sin35deg/11) turns out to equal this 51deg I have tried so many ways to get 51 on my calc but I cant I did 15*sin35/11= 0.782 I don’t know what I am doing wrong hopefully this makes sense.

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