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**gummy_ratz** I was trying to help someone with their homework today... but I'm just not quite sure how to go about. I don't have the exact question but...

the book says, 3 cylinders are standing upright, and they're bolted together, forming a triangle between the 3 cylinders. We're given each of the cylinder's radius, and then asked to find the angles of the triangle between the cylinders.

It's in the Law of Sine Law of Cosine section of the book, so I'm sure it's not too hard, but I'm not in the class, so I'm not really sure how to find the inner triangle.