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Show the solutions of the two examples given:

(a) If a = 4, b = 3, and A = 36o.

(b) If a = 3, b = 4, and A = 48.59o.

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  1. If we don't know what the questions are, how can we help you to find solutions?

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    posted by PsyDAG
  2. A. 4*3 (given side lengths) = 12 then the area which is 36 divided by 12 = 3 which would = c or the other side length if that is what the question is asking.

    B. 4*3=12 and 48.59/12=? use a calculator to figure that one out. sorry if this is wrong hope it helped:)

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