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whats the question
Need help asap!
yo, 1 question at a time. that is overwhelming.
what have you done so far
None of them
Sorry about that
alright, just post 1 question at a time so i don't have visual diarrhea. im going to work on t he first question right now. tell me what you get, or what you did.
For the first one i used the pythagorean theorem but realized it did;t work so now I'm stuck
For the second one i got 48.4
That's all i have so far...
i got 79.96 for the second one.
That's not one of the choices
lol mistyped that.
can you show me what you did?
Or at least, tell me which formula you used?
because i got the right answer by 0.01. (not the one i posteD)
Im not really sure, we started it in class together but i got sick and haven't been to school in like two weeks. I'm really lost on what to do!
Oh god. I know what that feels like.
Yeah, i get pneumonia a lot with my asthma
In the question, you're given 2 lengths, 1 angle. 1 angle is 'facing' the length.
Goddarnit man. where do you live?
anyways, for: Pythagorean theorem- requires a right angle triangle. Cos Law- 1 Angle (c), and 2 lengths (a, b). None of them face each other. Sin Law- 1 Angle and 1 length (facing each other_ with another angle and another length (facing each other).
For question 2, you're given 1 angle and 1 length, facing each other, and 1 length, looking for the angle which faces it. Do you know how to do it?
Not really. The only thing that stuck in my mind was so cah toa
Sohcahtoa works only for right angle triangles, i think?
I guess we only got to right angles then, so i have no clue