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LawOfSinesAmbiguousCaseRef

LawOfSinesAmbiguousCaseRef - If angle A is acute and ¸ º...

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Law of Sines The Ambiguous Case Davis 11-12 Given a triangle with sides a and b of certain lengths and height h ( ) these are the possible situations, depending on the lengths of a , b , and h : If angle A is acute, and , no such triangle exists. If angle A is acute, and
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Unformatted text preview: If angle A is acute, and ¸· º ·² , one possible triangle exists. If angle A is acute, and · ¹ ·¸· ¹ ·² , two possible triangles exist. If angle A is obtuse, and ¸· ¹ ·² or ¸· ± ·² , no such triangle exists. If angle A is obtuse, and ¸· º ·² , one such triangle exists....
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