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MATH problem created by instructor. "A triangles has angles 60 degree, and 15 degree, and the side opposite the 60 degree angle has length 5.

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Q1: "A triangles has angles 60 degree, and 15 degree, and the side opposite the 60 degree angle has length 5. Solve the triangle by any means."


Q2 : "A triangle has angle 150 degree, 20 degree, and 10 degree. How many triangles satisfy this data? if there is more than one angle satisfying the given data, how are the triangle related."

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Q1. If A = 60 o , B = 15 o , a = 5, then the rest of the triangle is:... View the full answer

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Q1: C= 105º  b = 5 . 5 8  (length)  c = 1 . 5  (length)... View the full answer

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