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Homework Help: triganometry

Posted by Ayesha on Sunday, March 18, 2012 at 9:16am.

A landscape architect is designing a triangular garden to fit in the corner of a lot. The corner of the lot forms an angle of 50, and the sides of the
garden including this angle are to be 12 feet and 14 feet, respectively. Find, to the nearest integer, the number of square feet in the area of the garden.

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