*WILL MEDAL IF YOU CAN ANSWER!* *TRIGONOMETRY* In ΔABC, m∠B = 90°, cosC=11/17, and AB = 26 units. Based on this information, m∠A=(33,40,50)°, m∠C=(33,40,50)°, and AC=(10,22,34) units.

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*WILL MEDAL IF YOU CAN ANSWER!* *TRIGONOMETRY* In ΔABC, m∠B = 90°, cosC=11/17, and AB = 26 units. Based on this information, m∠A=(33,40,50)°, m∠C=(33,40,50)°, and AC=(10,22,34) units.

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one approach do a sketch using the "draw" and label what is given
use cosine rule c^2 = a^2 + b^2 - 2 a b Cos C
wait even easier
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I do not entirely understand.
ok using pythagorean theorem find AB the hypotenuse is the longest side of the right triangle so if given AB = 26 then you know AC is a multiple of 17 the factor will be same as 26 divided by what you calculated
I am sorry, but I am absolutely horrible at trig, so I never understand this..
I wanna say it's 33, 50, and 22.
you can only get better if you think positive
given the cos of the angle find the angle
this is a right angle triangle right angle at B given cos = adjacent/ hypotenuse 11/17 find inverse cos to get the angle angles in a triangle add up to 180 B = 90
So A and C have to add up to equal 90?
Or...
yes
did you find
So A should be 40 and C should be 50? Or vise versa?
Cos is given find inverse Cos to get C
now do you see C = 50?
So C is 50? and A would be 40?
yes more important do you understand?
Kind of.
But what about the unit length?
what question do you have so I can review to make it clear
I don't know where to begin.. I just don't understand Sin Tan and Cos
ok look at the diagram pythagorean theorem do you see that AB = square root of (17^2 - 11^2 )?
Yes.
calculate and round so you get 13
given that AB is 26 then there is a factor of 26/13 = 2
But what about AC?
AC given = 17 there is a factor of 2 so the length of AC is 2*17 =
34.
when there is a scale factor it applies to all lengths in the figure
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Okay, I understand now.. kinda. Thank you!
do you have any questions?
Nope, that's all I needed. :)
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