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finding exact measures

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    so I set up the proportion sin64=a/12

  3. anonymous
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    got a=12sin64

  4. hartnn
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    so try 12 sin 64 for 'a'

  5. anonymous
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    I got 10.78... since it wants exact I wrote 11 but it's wrong for some reason

  6. hartnn
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    its correct, but i guess they need answer as "12 sin 64" only

  7. hartnn
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    or "12 cos 26"

  8. anonymous
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    and for b it would be 12sin64

  9. hartnn
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    thats a for b, 12 cos 64 or 12 sin 26

  10. anonymous
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    ok :) I just mixed up the two angles

  11. Ac3
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    did you get it?

  12. anonymous
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    Ac3 yep :)

  13. Ac3
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    good job just remember that when it wants exact values don't evaluate your answer just leave it in eqaution form.

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