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anonymous
 one year ago
Drag each tile to the correct box.
The steps to prove the Law of Sines with reference to ∆ABC are given. Arrange the steps in the correct order.
Tiles
csinA=asinC
sinA=hc, sinC=ha
Similarly, prove that csinC=bsinB.
Draw a perpendicular, AD, from point A to side BC. Let AD=h.
Divide both sides by sinA×sinC.
asinA=bsinB=csinC
csinAsinA×sinC=asinCsinA×sinC
csinC=asinA
h=csinA,h=asinC
anonymous
 one year ago
Drag each tile to the correct box. The steps to prove the Law of Sines with reference to ∆ABC are given. Arrange the steps in the correct order. Tiles csinA=asinC sinA=hc, sinC=ha Similarly, prove that csinC=bsinB. Draw a perpendicular, AD, from point A to side BC. Let AD=h. Divide both sides by sinA×sinC. asinA=bsinB=csinC csinAsinA×sinC=asinCsinA×sinC csinC=asinA h=csinA,h=asinC

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Jack1
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0is there a pic to go along with this as im not seeing any tiles man?
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