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Can someone walk me through this problem please?

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  1. briana.img
    • one year ago
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    Does this have to do with the Law of Sines and Cosines?

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    yep law of sines

  3. anonymous
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    find the other angle.use law of sines for AB and BC

  4. anonymous
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    just curious are u really a girl?I mean is the photo real?

  5. briana.img
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    @Zupari yeah why i can show you my other pictures lmao

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    You look gorgeous thats why?

  7. briana.img
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    @Zupari oh LOL thank you!

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    so where are u from?

  9. briana.img
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    @Zupari california

  10. briana.img
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    @Zupari i ended up getting 12.60 as an answer is that alright

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    wait

  12. anonymous
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    yep

  13. briana.img
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    @Zupari thanks for the help

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    no problem

  15. anonymous
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    \[\frac{ a }{14 }=\tan 42,a=14*\tan 42=14*0.9=12.6\]

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