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Solve each triange given the indicated measures of angle and sides b=43degrees y=36 degrees a=92cm

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    try to solve this with no diagram.

    More productively, describe the diagram in greater detail.

    side a is opposite which angle?

    angle r is 101 degrees.

    a/sin b = q/sin y = z/sin r
    now figure q and z.

    If that's confusing, it's because you left half your diagram unspecified.

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