Math - Pre Calculus

Find the length of side x in simplest radical form with a rational denominator.

60 degrees, 30 degrees. Right triangle

Side C (hypotenuse): not specified.
Side B: 4
Side A: X

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  1. you surely know by now that such a triangle has sides in the ratios 1 : √3 : 2

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