Solve for angle A, b=1.64 c=3.51 COSA=b/c =cos^-1(3.1/3.51) = 27.97 deg. a^2=c^2-b^2 = 3.51^2-1.64^2 a= 3.1 If I take the numbers for a,b & c and make a drawing in my CAD program I get A=62 deg.
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Originally Posted by cross1933 Solve for angle A, b=1.64 c=3.51 COSA=b/c =cos^-1(3.1/3.51) = 27.97 deg. a^2=c^2-b^2 = 3.51^2-1.64^2 a= 3.1 If I take the numbers for a,b & c and make a drawing in my CAD program I get A=62 deg. Hi COSA=b/c =cos^-1(1.64/3.51) = 62.14 deg.
Originally Posted by running-gag Hi COSA=b/c =cos^-1(1.64/3.51) = 62.14 deg. I must be loosing. The formula is on my page and I entered the incorrect numbers. If there was a smile for "brain dead" I would have put it in.
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