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**8. For each of the following right triangles, the magnitude of the hypotenuse and one of theanglesare given. Find the magnitudes (lengths) of the other two sides.a)c)b)X14 miyy83 ft128 my60°51°X

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**8. For each of the following right triangles, the magnitude of the hypotenuse and one of the
angles
are given. Find the magnitudes (lengths) of the other two sides.
a)
c)
b)
X
14 mi
y
y
83 ft
128 m
y
60°
51°
X
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**8. For each of the following right triangles, the magnitude of the hypotenuse and one of the angles are given. Find the magnitudes (lengths) of the other two sides. a) c) b) X 14 mi y y 83 ft 128 m y 60° 51° X

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 Part a.

Write the expression for magnitude of the hypotenuse of a triangle.

R x2y2
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R x2y2

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Step 2

Write the expression for direction of two vectors x and y.

0 tan
[2]
x
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0 tan [2] x

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Step 3

Substitute the corresponding values i...

51° tan
3]
y 1.23x
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51° tan 3] y 1.23x

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