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# The cosine rule for a triangle shown below is given by b^2 = a^2 +c^2 -2a*c*Cos(d)

where d is the angle in degrees subtended by the side b.

Note:  In matlab, if the angle is in degree, use cosd(). You may look it (cosd ) up using the help function in the command window.

Write user-defined function, that takes the two sides a and b, and the angle, d in degree to compute b as an output. Save the function as "CosineRule"

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