Here it is from latex.codecogs:
[IMG]http://latex.codecogs.com/png.latex?\displaystyle%20\begin{align*}\frac{\sqr t{3%20-%20\sqrt{%205%20}%20+%20\frac{\left%28%203%20sqrt{ 3}%20-%20sqrt{15}%20\right%29}{2}}%20-%20\sqrt{5%20+%20\sqrt{%205%20}%20-%20\frac{\left%28%205%20sqrt{3}%20+%20sqrt{15}%20\ right%29}{2}}}{4}\\%20\end{align*}[/IMG]
Write 72=45+(30-3) and apply the formulas for the cosine and the sine of a sum of two angles. This will give you an equation involving sin(3) and cos(3), to which you apply the Pythagorean theorem to express cos(3) in terms of sin(3); this will result in a second-order equation in sin(3), whose positive solution you seek.