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Question: 6Grade: 1.0 / 1.0Determine the number of possible triangles with the given information.and Two(100%)c= 5,a= 9,γ= 25°cac<asinγasin<c<aγasinγasin= 9 sin≈ 3.8036γ25c=5a= 9
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Question: 7Grade: 0.0 / 1.0If find all unknown side lengths and angle measures. Round to the nearest hundredth for side lengths and angles, as needed.20.41(0%)36.29(0%) °46.71(0%) °SolutionThe known angle is obtuse and the side opposite of the known angle is greater than the other known side, so exactly one triangle exists with these measures.Find Find Find γ= 97° ,b= 16.6,c= 27,aβαβ=sin 9727sinβ16.6sinβ= 0.610232...β≈ 37.61αα− (+) ≈1809737.6145.39a...
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Question: 8Grade: 1.0 / 1.0If , find all unknown side lengths and angle measures. Round to the nearest hundredth for side lengths and angles, as needed.1.86(33%)2.85(33%)123(33%) °SolutionFind Find using the Law of Sines.Find α= 22° ,β= 35°, c = 4.172abγ=γγ=− (+) = 123°1802235a.
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