Math (triangles)
posted by melinda .
Given b=48, A=36 degrees find the remaining parts of the right triangle.
a=
a)51
b)35
c)66
d)29
and c=
a)35
b)26
c)82
d)59
This one I'm lost on!
a = b tan A = 34.8 (round it off to 35)
c = b/cos A = 59.3 (round it off to 59)
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