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use the law of sines to find the missing sides and angles.
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use the law of sines to find the missing sides and angles.
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use the law of sines to find the indicated side x or angle theta.
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use the law of sines to find the indicated side x or angle theta.
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use the law of sines to find the indicated side x or angle theta.
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sketch each triangle and then solve the triangle using the law of sines. angle a is =22 degrees, angle b is = 95 degrees and a=420
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sketch each triangle and then solve the triangle using the law of sines. angle a is =30 degrees, angle c= 65 degrees and b=10
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sketch each triangle and then solve the triangle using the law of sines. angle a is =23 degrees, angle b is = 110 and c=50
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use the sines to find the indicated side (X) or angle theta
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use the sines to find the indicated side (X) or angle theta
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use the sines to find the indicated side (X) or angle theta
angle B is theta...
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use the sines to find the indicated side (X) or angle theta
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I got the answer 28.7 to the following problem: use the sines to find the indicated side (X) or angle theta
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use the sines to find the indicated side (X) or angle theta
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use the sines to find the indicated side (X) or angle theta
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add.
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Suppose that the monthly cost of a longdistance phone plan (in dollars) is a linear function of the total calling time (in minutes). When g…
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Solve for in the triangle. Round your answer to the nearest tenth.
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solve for u.
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A line passes through the point(7, 4) and has a slope of 2. Write an equation for this line.
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consider the line y=9x5
Find the equation of the line that is parallel to this line and passes through the point .(8,4)
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use the quadratic formula to solve...
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Write the following expression in simplified radical form.
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simplify 64 2/3.
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A total of 392 tickets were sold for the school play. They were either adult tickets or student tickets. The number of student tickets sold …
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solve for v
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solve for x.
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solve for y.
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solve for v, where v is a real number
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solve for v, where v is a real #.
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