  O ADDITIONAL TOPICS IN TRIGONOMETRYSolving a triangle with the law of sines: Problem type 1Consider a triangle ABC like the one below. Suppose that A =42°, C=108°, and c=71. (The figure is not drawn to scale.) Solve the triangle.Round your answers to the nearest tenthIf there is more than one solution, use the button labeled "or".В, aO, bBNoor— рSolutionс?XаAb

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see attachment help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseO ADDITIONAL TOPICS IN TRIGONOMETRY Solving a triangle with the law of sines: Problem type 1 Consider a triangle ABC like the one below. Suppose that A =42°, C=108°, and c=71. (The figure is not drawn to scale.) Solve the triangle. Round your answers to the nearest tenth If there is more than one solution, use the button labeled "or". В , a O, b B No or — р Solution с ? X а A b fullscreen
Step 1 help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseConsider the given information on triangle ABC as A = 42°, C 108°, and c 71 Note that, the sum of the measure of three angle in any triangle is 180° Hence, find the measure of the angle B as follows. A+ B C 180° 42° B108° = 180° 150°B 180° B 180° 150° = 30° fullscreen

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