Physics please please help me
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Prove the law for triangle ABC i.e sin A/a=sinB/b=sinC/c Please help me!

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You can do of this by using one these methods >>
Using the distance formula
Using trigonometry
Using the Pythagorean theorem
Using Ptolemy's theorem
By comparing areas
Using geometry of the circle
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