Saturday

February 6, 2016
Number of results: 117,144

**Trig-Medians and law of cosines and sines**

In triangle ABC, we have AB=3 and AC=4. Side BC and the median from A to BC have the same length. What is BC? Not making sense to me, I think the answer must be simple, but I don't know how to solve I applied the law of sines but to no avail. Help is appreciated, thanks.
*November 20, 2013 by Sam*

**Trig**

Should the triangle be solved beginning with Law of Sines of Law of Cosines. Then solve the triangle. Round to the nearest tenth. A=56 degrees, B=38 degrees, a=13. Sines. I get confused on the formula. I know C=86 degrees
*March 7, 2008 by Jon*

**Math**

1. use the law of Sines to solve (if possible) the triangle for the value of c. A=27.5degrees, a=15cm, b=36.4cm 2. use the law of Sines to solve (if possible) the triangle for the value of c. B=52degrees, a=8cm, b=12cm How do I solve these type of problems?
*June 4, 2013 by mysterychicken*

**Trig - Law of sines and cosines**

ABC is an equilateral triangle with side length 4. M is the midpoint of BC, and AM is a diagonal of square ALMN. Find the area of the region common to both ABC and ALMN. I drew the diagram but I don't know how to find the answer? I think it has something to do with the law of ...
*November 19, 2013 by Sam*

**math**

solve each triangle using either the Law of Sines or the Law of Cosines. If no triangle exists, write “no solution.” Round your answers to the nearest tenth. A = 23°, B = 55°, b = 9 A = 18°, a = 25, b = 18
*December 9, 2011 by Rick*

**Trigonometry/Geometry - Law of sines and cosines**

In most geometry courses, we learn that there's no such thing as "SSA Congruence". That is, if we have triangles ABC and DEF such that AB = DE, BC = EF, and angle A = angle D, then we cannot deduce that ABC and DEF are congruent. However, there are a few special cases in which...
*November 21, 2013 by Sam*

**Algebra 2**

Using the information given about a triangle, which law must you use to solve the triangle? Law of Sines, Law of Cosines, or Neither. ASA SSS SAS AAA SSA AAS
*February 13, 2012 by Katy*

**the law of sines/math**

Find the area of each figure ??
*April 9, 2007 by Sabrina*

**math,trigonometry**

how do i state the law of sines and cosin in words ??
*January 13, 2015 by Anonymous*

**math - trig**

Why cant we solve an oblique triangle with the Law of Sines if we are given SAS?
*February 10, 2014 by McKenna Louise*

**math**

list two congruence conditions for the law of sines yields a unique solution
*April 27, 2010 by carol*

**Math - Trig**

Explain why we cannot solve an oblique triangle with the Law of Sines given SAS.
*February 6, 2014 by McKenna Louise*

**Physics**

i was woundering if you could point in the right direction i'm looking for very easy physics topics that makes use of the law of sines or the law of cosines Thanks
*October 19, 2009 by Physics*

**Math**

Use the Law of Sines to solve triangle ABC when a=1.43,b=4.21,and A=30.4 degrees. If no solution exists, rite none.
*June 9, 2009 by Sally*

** trigonometry**

okay so in my review packet under the "calculator" section it says law of sines and law of cosines. i dont know what that means. i wikipedia-ed it but i dont understand what they are saying. Please help!
*January 22, 2009 by Spencer*

**Trig Help Please!!!**

Find the indicated angle è. (Use either the Law of Sines or the Law of Cosines, as appropriate. Assume a = 95 and c = 137(angle B=38). Round your answer to two decimal places.)
*April 5, 2012 by Adam*

**Maths/Right Triangle**

There must be a relationship (formula) between the lengths of the sides of a Right Triangle and the angles opposite these sides. Help Please. Mike. Look at the law os sines or cosines. Law of sines a/sin(A) = b/sin(B) = c/sin(C) Law of cosines a2 = b2 + c2 - 2bc cos(A) b2 = c2...
*October 21, 2006 by Mike*

**law of cosines and sines**

m<C=70,c=8,m<30 solve the triangle
*April 28, 2011 by Anonymous*

**Pre-Calc Helppp!!!**

Find the indicated angle è. (Use either the Law of Sines or the Law of Cosines, as appropriate. Assume a = 110 and c = 136 (angle B=38) Round your answer to two decimal places.)
*April 5, 2012 by Mike*

**geometry**

I am studying for my GRE exam into grad school and it's been a very long time since I've done geometry. I have a problem to which I need to solve for the area of a triangle but I do not have the base. I do have all angles but I cannot remember how to convert angles into their ...
*July 10, 2006 by Kaytee*

**Pre calculus**

Why is it dangerous to use the law of sines to find an angle but is not dangerous to use the law of cosines? Please explain this thoroughly.
*December 8, 2013 by Anonymous*

**Maths/Law of sines**

I have a spherical triangle and I know 1 angle 31.3 degrees and all 3 sides which are 1624, 2118.4 and 1078.85 nautical miles. In order to find the other 2 angles I know I must use the law of sines: sin A over a = sin B over b = sin C over c If angle A is 31.3 degrees and side...
*January 13, 2008 by Mike*

**precal 2 **

use law of sines to solve the triangle A=58 degree, a=4.5, b=12.8
*July 31, 2011 by raven *

**pre cal 2**

use law of sines t solve the triangle A=5degree 40', B=8degree 15', b=4.8
*July 29, 2011 by danielle*

**Calculus**

Use the Law of sines to find the remaining sides. 1. a=40 degrees; Beta=87; c=115
*July 20, 2011 by Josh *

**Trig**

I was just wondering if anyone can explain the Law of Sines- "Ambiguity Case" to me, in a way that is easy to understand.
*November 15, 2008 by Ariel*

**maths**

Choose three options which are true: a) an angle of 150 degrees is equivalent to 2pie/3 radians. b) Cos 0 = cos (0 – pie/2) for al values of 0. c) Sin 0 = cos (0 – pie/2) for all values of 0. d) If triangle ABC has a right angle at B, then sin A = cos C e) In any triangle ABC...
*June 8, 2007 by kat*

**Physics**

For the Law of Sines state the formulas, explain them in your own words, and draw a diagram illustrating one of them.
*September 11, 2011 by Lena*

**trig**

Use the Law of Sines to solve each triangle. P=110 degrees p=125, r=200 in triangel PQR
*November 26, 2011 by Tyler*

**Trig**

Should the triangle be solved beginning with Law of Sines of Law of Cosines. Then solve the triangle. Round to the nearest tenth. a=16, b=13, c=10. Cosines A=93 degrees, B=54 degrees, C=33 degrees
*March 7, 2008 by Jon*

**Law of cosines**

A tree on a hillside casts a shadow 215 ft down the hill. If the angle of inclination of the hillside is 22 degree to the horizontal and the angle of elevation of the sun is 52 degreess, find the height of the tree. TIA sorry this is law of sines. sorry for the confusion.
*March 27, 2007 by Jen*

**Trig - check my answers plz!**

1. (P -15/17, -8/17) is found on the unit circle. Find sinΘ and cosΘ Work: P= (-15/17, -8/17) cosΘ = a value P = (a,b) sinΘ = b value Answer: cosΘ = -15/17 sinΘ = -8/17 2. Should the triangle be solved beginning with Law of Sines or Law of Cosines...
*February 3, 2009 by Piper*

**Calculus**

Using Law of Sines: Need Help 1. alpha=70 Degrees Beta=38 Degrees a=35
*October 13, 2011 by Josh*

**Physics please help me!**

Prove the law of sines for triangle ABC i.e sinA/a=sinB/b=sinC/c.0 please help me!!!
*November 16, 2011 by Meron*

**Trigonometry**

Law of Sines sigma=27 deg 30' c= 52.8 a=28.1 Please show two solutions (beta1, beta2,...) due to acute and obtuse angles. Thank you so much for helping!
*January 24, 2015 by Anonymous*

**Math**

Hello! I need help with this question. I know that I'm using the Law of Sines, but I'm confused on how to solve. I have to also round my answers to the nearest tenth for degrees and to the nearest hundredth for sides. Thanks! Given: A = 60 degrees a = 9 c = 10 Find: b= C= B=
*February 24, 2015 by Tiffany*

**Math**

How many triangles exist when the measure of angle B is 100 degrees, a =10 and b=5? a. none b. 1 triangle c. 2 triangles I have already solved this and I have found that there will be no triangle because by using the law of sines I found that the value is bigger than 1. So, I ...
*December 27, 2015 by David *

**Math**

For problems 1 and 2, determine how many solutions there are for each triangle. You do not have to solve the triangle. 1. A = 29°, a = 13, c = 27 2. A = 100.1°, a = 20, b = 11 For problems 3-6, solve each triangle using the Law of Sines. If there is no solution, write “no ...
*January 13, 2011 by Tabitha*

**trigonometry**

the bases of a trapezoid are 22 and 12 respectively. The angles at the extremities of one base are 65 degree and 40 degree respectively find the two legs. Answer using law of sines pls
*February 10, 2012 by joe*

**pre calc**

the longest side of a triangle is 34 feet. the measures of two angles of the triangle are 40 and 65 degrees. find the lengths of the other two sides using law of sines and cosines
*April 28, 2011 by g*

**Algebra 2 with trigonometry**

A baseball diamond is a square 90 feet on a side. The pitcher's mound is 60.5 feet from home. How far does the pitcher have to run to cover first? (we are using the LAW OF SINES AND COSINES)
*May 6, 2010 by T*

**Precalc**

Okay for this question I know I am supposed to use the law of sines. But how can i tell what side is what? In right triangle ABC, a = 120 and c = 140, and ÐC is the right angle. Solve the triangle. Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary.
*August 5, 2011 by anna*

**Math**

A baseball diamond is a square sides 22.4 m. The pitcher's mound is 16.8 m from home plate on the line joining home plate and second base.. How far is the pitcher's mound from first base? (we are using the LAW OF SINES AND COSINES)
*October 1, 2012 by Kailey*

**My Friend Needs Help With a Calc Problem.**

how does five degrees east of north keep a plain going north when the wind pushes the plain four point six degrees west of north? This is not calculus. It is a vector problem. THe wind is pushing the plane west. If you need the solution, to find the direction of the wind, a ...
*October 12, 2006 by Sarah*

**Calculating distance(law of cosines)**

Observers P and Q are located on the side of a hill that is inclined 32 degrees to the horizontal as shown(picture given). The observer at P determines the angle of elevation to a hot air balloon to be 62 degrees. At the same instant the observer at Q measures the angle of ...
*March 27, 2007 by Jen*

**Math (Pre-Calc)**

Use the Law of Sines to solve for all possible triangles that satisfy the given conditions. (If an answer does not exist, enter DNE. Round your answers to one decimal place. Below, enter your answers so that ∠A1 is smaller than ∠A2.) b = 74, c = 84, ∠B = 58...
*March 13, 2015 by Alyssa*

**Precal**

Use the Law of Sines to solve for all possible triangles that satisfy the given conditions. (If an answer does not exist, enter DNE. Round your answers to one decimal place. Below, enter your answers so that A1 is smaller than A2.)
*October 10, 2011 by Anonymous*

**law of sines and cosine**

a house is built on a triangle plot of land. two sides of the plot are 160 feet long and they meet at an angle of 85 degrees. if a fence is to be built around the property, how much fencing material is needed
*April 28, 2011 by s*

**trigonometry**

using the law of sines, solve the rest of the triangle: side C=14 side B=4 angle c=145 degrees i got angle b= 9.4 angle a=25.6 side A=10.4 but i didn't know if it was correct
*January 23, 2011 by hw*

**Math**

The Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy leans because it was built on unstable soil—a mixture of clay, sand, and water. The tower is approximately 58.36 meters tall from its foundation (see figure). The top of the tower leans about 5.45 meters off center. Use the Law of Sines to ...
*April 23, 2014 by Kasia*

**Pre calc**

Vector A has magnitude 23 units and direction, counterclockwise from east, of 5.8 degrees. What is the value of its x component to 1 decimal place? Its y component? This problem seems easy enough but I keep getting the wrong answer using the law of sines. Is there another way ...
*July 30, 2010 by Me*

**Law of Sines**

In Triangle ABC, a=15cm, c=9cm, and angle C= 35 degrees. Find b and angle b. (Recall sin theta= sin (180 degrees-theta). I'm not sure how to approach this.
*September 6, 2014 by Richard*

**Math**

I already know the angle of Eastdale which is 45° due to the turn from due east to the northwest. So therefore so I need to find the measures of angle c and angle n. I can use the Law of Sines. sin‹C/c=sin‹E/e sin‹C/18=(√2/2)/12.7308 sin‹C=18(√2/2)/12.708=.9998 ...
*September 26, 2014 by Alex*

**geomery**

1. Triangle ABC has a 63.0-degree angle at B, and side AC is 13.6 cm long. What is the diameter of the circle circumscribed about ABC? 2. And: Given any triangle ABC, with sides a, b, and c opposite angles A, B, and C, respectively, what can be said about the three ratios a/...
*April 12, 2010 by Esi*

**geometry**

1. Triangle ABC has a 63.0-degree angle at B, and side AC is 13.6 cm long. What is the diameter of the circle circumscribed about ABC? 2. And: Given any triangle ABC, with sides a, b, and c opposite angles A, B, and C, respectively, what can be said about the three ratios a/...
*April 12, 2010 by Esi*

**Trigonometry**

Find all the solutions of the following triangle using the Law of Sines. Angle A: 83°20' Angle C: 54.6° c: 18.1 How would I find I find angle B? I know that you would subtract angle A and C from 180, but I do not understand how to maintain the minutes (') on my calculator.
*December 8, 2011 by Lindsey*

**Trigonometry **

A ladder that is 15 feet long is placed so that it reaches from level ground to the top of a vertical wall that is 13 feet high A. Use the law of sines to find the angle that the ladder makes with the ground to the nearest hundredth B. Is more than one position of the ladder ...
*March 27, 2012 by Melissa*

**Math**

A surveyor sets a stake and then walks 150 ft north, where she sets a second stake. She then walks 300 ft east and sets a third stake. How far from the first stake is the third stake? Round to the nearest tenth. All I know is you use law of sines and subtract 300 from 150
*October 2, 2008 by House*

**Math**

Express sin(x+y+z) in terms of cosines and sines of x, y and z
*May 13, 2014 by Marina *

**Pre-Calc Helppp!!!**

Use the Law of Sines to solve for all possible triangles that satisfy the given conditions. (If an answer does not exist, enter DNE. Round your answers to one decimal place. Below, enter your answers so that B1 is smaller than B2.) a = 39, c = 40, angle A = 36° angle B1 = ° ...
*March 31, 2012 by John*

**Precalc**

A tower is supported by a guy wire 610 ft long. If the wire makes an angle of 69 degrees with respect to the ground and the distance from the point where the wire is attached to the ground and the tower is 125 feet. a) State if the law of sines or cosines should be used for ...
*January 20, 2013 by Mickey *

**Math**

Given; a=2.52, c=4.75 find the remaining parts of the right triangle. I found b which equals 4.03 but need help with the angle. We already know that one angle = 90 since its a right triangle. I just need to know angle A. Angle A = a)58 degrees b)32 degrees c)28 degrees d)62 ...
*March 10, 2007 by melinda*

**Pre-Calculus **

Use the Law of Sines to solve for all possible triangles that satisfy the given conditions. (If an answer does not exist, enter DNE. Round your answers to one decimal place. Below, enter your answers so that ∠B1 is smaller than ∠B2.) a = 34, c = 43, ∠A = 39...
*March 13, 2015 by Alyssa*

**Trig-Geometry - Law of sines and cosines**

Hello everyone, I've been struggling on this problem for quite some time. It would be appreciated if you could help. Thanks. (The website is the diagram, it is a screenshot) In the diagram below, triangle ABC has been reflected over its median AM to produce triangle AB'C'. If ...
*November 24, 2013 by Sam*

**MATH**

H0W D0 U UNDERSTAND THE UNiT CiRCLE WiTH SiNES, COSiNE, COSECANT AND STUFF LiKE THAT?
*June 4, 2008 by ARiEL*

**government**

Which branch of the law regulates wrongful acts involving injury to one’s person, property, or reputation in a situation not covered by the terms of a contract? A. common law B. tort law C. civil law D. contract law
*March 8, 2012 by Johana*

**government**

Which branch of the law regulates wrongful acts involving injury to one's person, property, or reputation in a situation not covered by the term of a contract? A. common law B. tort law C. civil law D. contract law
*April 2, 2012 by Charlette*

**bus law**

What is the chronological order of the major legislation that makes up the history of employment law in this country? For each law, state the social problem the law was designed to address, and discuss how employment law has affected the workplace in the last two decades.
*September 2, 2010 by kash*

**Science-Chemistry**

1. What is Charles’s law? • State the definition of the law in words. • What are the assumptions of Charles’s law? • Write mathematical equations that represent the law. • What can you do with Charles’s law? • Using a gas-filled balloon as an example, describe what happens to ...
*May 31, 2013 by Help needed.... Danielle*

**Trigonometry**

The Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy leans because it was built on unstable soil—a mixture of clay, sand, and water. The tower is approximately 58.36 meters tall from its foundation (see figure). The top of the tower leans about 5.45 meters off center. Use the Law of Sines to ...
*April 23, 2014 by Kasia*

**math Law of Syllogism and Law of Detachment**

What is the difference between Law of Detachment and The Law of Syllogism ? pLEASE provide an example of both thx.
*November 14, 2008 by Naya*

**Government Law question**

What kind of law is it when judges make the law by their decisions on the bench? ___ Law
*January 14, 2013 by Allyson*

**Law**

Research and identify a labor law that is specific to your state. Share a brief summary of the law with us and discuss why you believe this law is or is not important to the employer-employee relationship.
*November 29, 2013 by Mattiazz*

**physics**

A neon atom (m = 20.0 u) makes a perfectly elastic collision with another atom at rest. After the impact, the neon atom travels away at a 55.2° angle from its original direction and the unknown atom travels away at a 51.8° angle. What is the mass of the unknown atom? [Hint: ...
*October 20, 2011 by kago*

**PreCalc - Vectors**

An airplane is flying with an airspeed of 660 Kilometers per hour. The wind is blowing from 345 degrees at 35 km/h. What direction should the airplane take so that, with the wind, the plane will be flying in a direction of 72 degrees? I can compute airspeed and actual ...
*May 3, 2011 by Joe*

**Physics**

Two dogs pull horizontally on ropes attached to a post; the angle between the ropes is 65.0. Dog exerts a force of 256 and dog exerts a force of 344 . A) Find the magnitude of the resultant force. B) Find the angle the resultant force makes with dog 's rope. You can do this ...
*November 4, 2006 by kuwaiti*

**legal and ethical issues**

select a current or proposed law that impacts the delivery of human services what reliable resources are availiable to learn about the implications of this law? What is the purpose or rationale of the law? How will the law effect da-t-day operations within human service ...
*June 2, 2008 by Tiff*

**Pre-Calc**

This is the last question on my pre-calc homework, I looked through the textbook and have no idea how to do this. Use the Law of Sines to solve for all possible triangles that satisfy the given conditions. (If an answer does not exist, enter DNE. Round your answers to one ...
*March 5, 2015 by Cat Jones*

**math trigonometry**

From on point on the ground the angle of elevation to the peak of a mountain is 10.38 degrees and from another pont 15,560 feet closer to the mountain, the anle of elevation is 14.67 degrees. Both point are due south of the mountain. What is the height of the mountain? My ...
*July 3, 2006 by katie*

**Civics**

In the case The Senate Of Tennessee V. John Thomas Scopes, high school biology teacher John Scopes was accused of teaching content that violated a Tennessee law that stopped public school teachers from teaching evolution. Scopes voted this law , but felt his right to free ...
*January 18, 2015 by jeje*

**Government**

i think it is answer ( b ), can someone make sure What is the difference between criminal and civil law? a) There is no difference. b) The standard of guilt is higher in criminal law than it is in civil law c) The government is always involved in civil law but never in ...
*December 1, 2015 by Adam*

**Chemisrty**

Determine which law is appropriate for solving the following problem. What volume will 1.56 liters of a gas at 27°C and 745 mmHg of pressure occupy at 100°C and 700 mmHg of pressure? Law used: Boyle's Law Charles' Law Combined Gas Law
*October 19, 2011 by Angel*

**Precalculus**

In most geometry courses, we learn that there's no such thing as "SSA Congruence". That is, if we have triangles ABC and DEF such that AB = DE, BC = EF, and angle A = angle D, then we cannot deduce that ABC and DEF are congruent. However, there are a few special cases in which...
*February 24, 2014 by John*

**bioethics**

what is law natural law eternal law human positive law what is conscience different kinds of conscience pls need an answer thanks
*June 20, 2011 by joyce *

**Law**

Hi there! I have totally got to find out how the Aussie Law is similar to the US law. Anyway I DO like know that like Oz follows England law mainly but that isn't what I need. Bushells of Thanks Minnie
*April 25, 2008 by Minnie*

**Trigonometry/Geometry**

In most geometry courses, we learn that there's no such thing as "SSA Congruence". That is, if we have triangles ABC and DEF such that AB = DE, BC = EF, and angle A = angle D, then we cannot deduce that ABC and DEF are congruent. However, there are a few special cases in which...
*November 19, 2013 by Sam*

**business**

what is the chronological order of the major legislation that makes up the history of employment law in this country? for each law, state the social problem the law was designed to address and whether the law has solved the problem.
*April 27, 2011 by Sean*

**Math**

1. What is the area of triangle ABC if a = 47.0°, β = 57.8°, and a = 10.2 cm? A. 58.2 cm2 B. 43.5 cm2 C. 38.4 cm2 D. 33.3 cm2 2. Given triangle ABC with β = 41°, g = 14°, and a = 5.0, find the value of c. A. 6.2 B. 4.0 C. 1.5 D. 17 3. Resolve the vector, v, with ...
*November 28, 2012 by Erick*

**Trig.**

I have answers for these problems, but I wanted to check if I had them right because I wasnt sure on some of them....Thanks. Solve the triangle: 1. a=4, b=8, alpha=30 deg. answer- beta=90 deg., gamma=60 deg., c=7 2. a=5, b=7, alpha=30 deg. answer- beta=44 deg., gamma=106 deg...
*December 12, 2006 by ashley*

**physics**

Two dogs pull horizontally on ropes attached to a post; the angle between the ropes is 65.0ú. Dog " A" exerts a force of 256 N and dog " B " exerts a force of 344 N . I) Find the magnitude of the resultant force. ( Answered = 508 N ) II) Find the angle the resultant force ...
*November 10, 2006 by kuwaiti*

**bus/415**

What is the chronological order of the major legislation that makes up the history of employment law in this country? For each law, state the social problem the law was designed to address, and discuss how employment law has affected the workplace in the last two decades.
*August 17, 2010 by Shelly*

**Math(trigonometry)**

Data: á = 32 degrees, side a = 2.5 feet and side b = 4 feet 1. Identify the swinging side and the fixed side in a possible triangle. 2. Compute the length of the shortest swinging side that will construct a triangle containing the data. (compute the length of h) 3. How many ...
*April 13, 2008 by dena*

**trig**

How to prove the theorem of sines, using S=(a*b/2) * sin γ ?
*December 2, 2011 by Evelina*

**trig**

Express sin4xcos3x as a sum or differences of sines and cosines
*February 21, 2013 by Fabian onyango ndege*

**law**

there are two kinds of law in south africa.write a paragraph in which you identify these two kinds of sources of law;name the examples of sources of law that belong to each kind;and indicate the differences betweem these teo kinds of sources of law.
*March 16, 2014 by nancy*

**Math**

The Captain of a freighter 8km fromthe nearer of two unloading docks on the shore finds that the angle between the lines of sight to the docks is 35 degrees. if the docks are 10km apart, how far is the tanker from the farther dock? The Captain of a freighter 8km fromthe nearer...
*May 24, 2008 by Tareena-- check my answer please*

**MATH**

The Captain of a freighter 8km fromthe nearer of two unloading docks on the shore finds that the angle between the lines of sight to the docks is 35 degrees. if the docks are 10km apart, how far is the tanker from the farther dock? The Captain of a freighter 8km fromthe nearer...
*May 24, 2008 by T*

**government**

the election process is largely governed by a. state law b. federal law c. local law d. PACs b
*December 27, 2007 by jere*

**LAW**

Can someone please explain to me how you could tell the difference between public law and private law?
*October 13, 2008 by Mae*

**Physics**

What is the connection between Weber’s Law, Fechner’s Law, and Steven’s Power Law
*September 6, 2014 by Vanessa*