Solve the triangle:

b=2 c=3 A=95 (Capital letters are angles, lower case is sides.)

a=sqrt(2^2+3^2-2(2)(3)cos(95))

a= 3.7 (Rounded.)

b^2=a^2+c^2-2(a)(c)cosB

2(a)(c)cosB=a^2+c^2-b^2

cosB=[a^2+c^2-b^2]/[2(a)(c)]

B=arccos([a^2+c^2-b^2]/[2(a)(c)])

B=arccos([3.7^2+3^2-2^2]/[2(3.7)(3)])=32.66 (Rounded)

By the same logic then...

C=arccos([3.7^2+4^2-3^2]/[2(3.7)(2)])=54.04

However;

95+32.66+54.04=181.7

Ergo, something's wrong, but what? I think B might equal 30.96, but I don't know where I went wrong in the math...