tw101
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Geometry problem that im a bit confused on. Using the law of sines, in triangle ABC, if m
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anonymous
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So |dw:1436208788719:dw|
tw101
  • tw101
okay, what would I do next? i know the law of sines is Sin A/a=SinB/b=SinC/c, but when i substitute it all together it doesnt make sense to me.

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anonymous
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Just use the Law of sines ratio \[\large \frac{sin(105)}{23}~=~\frac{sin
tw101
  • tw101
okay so would I do the inverse of sin and multiply both sides by 14?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well let's do it one step at a time. First is to yes, multiply both sides by 14. Tell me what you get.
tw101
  • tw101
sin (1470)/322
anonymous
  • anonymous
It should look more like \[\large \frac{14 \times sin(105)}{23}\]
tw101
  • tw101
oh okay. and then do I inverse both sides?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Correct
anonymous
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So \[\large
tw101
  • tw101
okay i got 36.01
anonymous
  • anonymous
That would be your answer :) good job
tw101
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thank you so much!
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tw101
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can i ask one more question?

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