Angle B = 18.7degrees
angle C = 124.1degrees
one side of the triangle AC=94.6m.
use the law of sines to solve the triangle involving SAA. a/sinA=b/sinB
substituting the known values given
b=? Can you help me did I set it up right?
find C from the fact that the sum of the angles of any triangle is 180degrees.
use the law of sines again to find c please help!
did I set it up right can you please help me finish.
Solution. First, we know that A=180-B-C=180-18.7-124.1=37.2 degrees. Then by the ...
The remaining sides and angles of ABC are determined.