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How do you solve for x?

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    first off, factor out that pesky 29:

    14.8*29 (cos27.8° cosx + sin27.8° sinx) = 22
    429.2 cos(27.8°-x) = 22
    cos(27.8°-x) = 22/429.2 = 0.051258
    27.8°-x = 87.1°
    x = -59.3°

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