Have 2 questions about how to use the law of sines! doing study/homework for class.
1.Find B given that: A= 38 degrees, a = 31, c =24
2. Find C given A=57 degrees, b = 32 and c = 26
Use A, a, and c to calculate angle C. Then you know that A + B + C = 360 degrees.
I don't think it can be done using just the Law of Sines. I'd use the Law of Cosines to find a. Then you can use A, a, and c to find C using the Law of Sines.
-Dan