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A triangular section of a lawn will be converted to river rock instead of grass. Maurice insists that the only way to find a missing side length is to use the Law of Cosines. Johanna exclaims that only the Law of Sines will be useful. Describe a scenario where Maurice is correct, a scenario where Johanna is correct, and a scenario where both laws are able to be used. Use complete sentences and example measurements when necessary.
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A triangular section of a lawn will be converted to river rock instead of grass. Maurice insists that the only way to find a missing side length is to use the Law of Cosines. Johanna exclaims that only the Law of Sines will be useful. Describe a scenario where Maurice is correct, a scenario where Johanna is correct, and a scenario where both laws are able to be used. Use complete sentences and example measurements when necessary.
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Seems like it's asking you to tell when to use the law of sines vs the law of cosines. Both of these links tell which types of scenario to use each law for (sss, sas, etc). http://www.mathwarehouse.com/trigonometry/law-of-sines-and-cosines.php http://2000clicks.com/mathhelp/GeometryLawOfSines.aspx

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