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How to do this equation?

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  1. briana.img
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    Hold on give me time to type the equation

  2. briana.img
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    \[\frac{ \sin44 }{ 17 } = \frac{ \sin60 }{ e }\] right?

  3. briana.img
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    so it'd go to \[\sin44=\frac{ 17\sin60 }{ e }\]

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    I don't know how to go from here

  5. e.mccormick
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    Are you trying to solve for e?

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