a=3, c=1, B=100 bē=3ē+1ē-2(3*1)cos100 bē=10-4cos100 b=3.27 sin100/3.27=sinA/3 sinA=sin100*3/3.27 A=64.62 degrees C=15.37 degrees Now, the problem is this - the back of my book says b=3.32. How is this possible? Help? [:
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Originally Posted by Voluntarius Disco a=3, c=1, B=100 bē=3ē+1ē-2(3*1)cos100 bē=10-4cos100 This is wrong,
Awesome! Thank you.
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