Calculus

Use the Law of sines to find the remaining sides.

1. a=40 degrees; Beta=87; c=115

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  1. It is conventional to use upper case for angles and lower case for side lengths. You have not used that convention. What are the units of Beta and c? Is beta angle B?

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