List the angels of triangle bcd from smallest to largest?
1. BC=7, CD=12, BD=16
2. BC=6.1, CD=5.2, BD=6.3
3. BC=22, CD=24, BD=13
Think about a triangle with whatever sides you choose. The bigger the side the larger the angle opposite of it is. So, for the first one,
angle A, angle B, angle D
each side corresponds to the angle opposite or the angle with the letter the side is missing.
I know that I was just trying to explain that the reason the larger the opposite angle the larger the side is that the smaller than angle the smaller which is in the denominator so it makes the ratio bigger...or am I off...I've never seen this before and I just had a brain storm...haha probably should have thought it through better