So we have a R-H triangle, the hypotenuse is and the 1 of the angles measures
heres how i found the 3rd angle (x), in radians:
so angle is
or .228 radians
Is this right, and how could i find the answer to my question without converting to degrees?
More over how could i find the length of the other two sides?
radians is equal to 180 degrees
your calculator can most probably calculate sine of this using degrees or radians.
one angle is
There are two ways to find the other side;
or you could use pythagoras' theorem.
to find the other angle working in radians
which is what you got as your other angle.
did i leave anything out?