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Given problem type SAA or ASA, how would you solve for the length of any of the remaining sides? http://media.apexlearning.com/Images/201306/26/c135f4c0-b1b0-457e-971b-5a3f5830bdd9.jpg A. Use the fact that the angles add up to 180 degrees, and then use the triangle inequality theorem. B. Use the fact that the angles add up to 180 degrees, and then use the law of tangents. C. Use the fact that the angles add up to 180 degrees, and then use the law of sines. D. Use the fact that the angles add up to 180 degrees, and then use the law of cosines.

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  1. anonymous
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    i really need the help

  2. Jack1
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  3. Jack1
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    |dw:1439559498417:dw| which answer do you think it is?

  4. anonymous
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    what do you know two of, angles or sides?

  5. anonymous
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    a

  6. anonymous
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    btw @Jack1 i am fairly sure that this is not a trig class, but rather geometry am i right?

  7. anonymous
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    oops NO i am WRONG sorry

  8. anonymous
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    no its the trig unit of geometry and i think it is A> @jack1

  9. Jack1
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    |dw:1439559741999:dw| ok... using A... how would you solve triangle 1?

  10. Jack1
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    remember: Triangle Inequality Theorem: The sum of the lengths of any two sides of a triangle must be greater than the third side.

  11. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    im not trying to be rude i just need know what the answer is and how u got there my teacher is riding about this quiz im taking

  12. Jack1
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    happy to help u get to the answer... also not just going to say : the answer's "G"and here's why now: is it possible to solve triangle 1 using triangle inequality theorum?

  13. anonymous
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    alright i dig it

  14. Jack1
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    so... so ur answer? is it possible to solve triangle 1 using triangle inequality theorum?

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