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    Solve the triangle (One Solution)

    a = 3, b = 2 and alpha = 40 degrees
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    Hello,

    I don't understand what's wrong...

    1/ Have you made a sketch ?
    2/ Your previous thread was about using law of (co)sines, law of tangents... Here, you have 2 sides and one angle !

    3/ "Solve" the triangle ?
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    What sketch?

    Quote Originally Posted by Moo View Post
    Hello,

    I don't understand what's wrong...

    1/ Have you made a sketch ?
    2/ Your previous thread was about using law of (co)sines, law of tangents... Here, you have 2 sides and one angle !

    3/ "Solve" the triangle ?
    Alpha = side a
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