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Medal and Fan for anyone who can help with a few Pre calc questions :)

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    Im not sure that i have the correct answer here

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    Suppose a triangle has sides a, b, and c, and let be the angle opposite the side of length a. If cos < 0, what must be true? (Points : 3)

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    I only know the answer for if cos>0

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    @paki could you please take a look im stumped

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    |dw:1435326048691:dw| cos negative means it is an obtuse angle so a^2>b^2+c^2

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    Alright gotcha.

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    but thats not then final answer is it?

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    ??

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    Well the one i selected looks correct, but im not 100% sure on it, and this test is kinda important

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    But i get what you're saying its more than likely D.

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    @Catch.me

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    I gave you my reasoning. If it is convincing then take it:P

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