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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

the longest side of a triangle is across from the largest angle.
http://library.thinkquest.org/C0121962/sincoslaws.htm
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