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Sorry c = 22
Note, C = 114 degrees and b and c are sides.
i think u have it mixed up?
That makes more sense because you put degrees after the little c and that confused it all.
That doesn't make a triangle though...?
Are you sure that the numbers you have provided are correct?
usual notation is capital letters are side lengths and small / lower case letters are angles...
Yes the numbers are right. Also, my book has Angles as capital and sides as lower case.
So to make sure, you have Angle C = 114 degrees Side c = 22 units Side b = 26 units ?
All I did is bump the numders up 1, but my original problem I still get sine being over 1
Angle C is the largest angle, so it has to have the largest side length, which is not the case. So it can not form a triangle.
AbdullahM that is correct
the origninally problem is C=113 degres b =25 and c = 21 but sine is still over 1
That still doesn't form a triangle, however.
So I take it there is no triangle.
That must be the solution. There is no triangle.
That is what I get.
That should be the answer as no triangle can be formed with given measurements.
|dw:1434811264905:dw| It simply isn't possible.
If you have any other questions, feel free to tag me :)