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    Solution of Oblique Triangles Help

    How to solve for this problem?

    > One diagonal of a parallelogram is 16.5. It makes angle of 3610' and 1430' respectively with the sides. Find the sides.
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    Two angles of the triangle, 3610' and 1430' are given. Find the third angle.

    180 - (3610' and 1430') = ...

    Then use the sine rule to find the sides.

    a/sinA = b/sinB = c/sinC.
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    will CD be equal to AB?

    A_____B
    / /
    C/_____/D
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    In the parallelogram AB = CD.
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