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use the given information to solve the triangle.

C= 85 degrees 20'
a = 35
c = 50

I know that I have to find A,B,b but I do not know how to do this.

Use the law of sines first
sin C/c = sin A/a
that gives you A
then B = 180 - A - C
then use
sin B/b =sin A/a

• PreCal PreAp -

A=44degrees,14',28"
B=50degrees,25'32"
b=38.66

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