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KaiserTheSlayer

  • one year ago

help please! Find the difference between the measure of the largest angle and the measure of the smallest angle in the triangle above. A.14° B.45° C.88..9° D.99.8°

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  1. KaiserTheSlayer
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    i just want the answer please!

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    You need to find your angles and you can use Cosine Law to find the angles.

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    never mind i found the answer! thank you tho!

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    YW

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    Whats the answer

  7. anonymous
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    @ervo, to solve this, you can use the Law of Cosines. |dw:1438385026624:dw| To solve for L, we use the following formula \( \huge \cos L = \frac{j^2+k^2-l^2}{2jk} \) You can alter this formula a little bit and find J and K. If you need more help, post back here and I will help.

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