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what are the measures of the other two angles of an oblique triangle if the angle between the 6.5m. side and the 10.5 m. side is about 60 degree

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    If the sides are a and b, and the included angle is C, then

    c^2 = a^2+b^2-2ab cosC

    sinA/a = sinC/c

    A+B+C = 180

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