So this is the triangle I'm dealing with.
I have to find the measures of the angles x & y.
First thing I tried to do was find the measure of the angle @ A.
a/SinA = c/SinC
66/SinA = 25/Sin10.5
and then I end up with 28 degrees for the angle @ A. Maybe I'm looking at it the wrong way but beyond that I have no idea how to proceed with this question.
Any help ?
The issue here is that I'm getting 28 degrees with the calculation 66/SinA = 25/Sin10.5
the measurement for angle A is obviously not 28 degrees, so basically I'm ending up with an error and I can't understand why because so far as I understand my procedure is correct.
I want to solve for angle A, then because I already have angle C I can solve for angle B.
From angle B I could find the angle next to (x), thereby finding x becasue the sum of the two would be 180.
makes sense now ?