sides of a 30-60-90 triangle (short leg, long leg, hypotenuse) are in the ratio
This problem has me stumped...
I have a scalene triangle with one side of 10 (opposite of hypotenuse). The topmost angle is 60 degrees, the bottom left angle is 90 and the bottom right is 30.
How do I calculate the lengths of the other side? This is for a software development project I am working on...my maths is just too rusty!
This was just one example...the angles may be different at times (there will always be one right angle) and I will always know the other angles.
So all I have to work with is one side + all angles, which is why I was after an equation to work it out.