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In Exercise 17 to 22, use either the sine ratio or the cosine ratio to find the length of the indicated sides of the triangle correct to the nearest tenth of a unit.

Chapter 11.2, Problem 18E, In Exercise 17 to 22, use either the sine ratio or the cosine ratio to find the length of the

To determine

To find:

The length of the indicated sides of the following triangle,

Explanation

Consider the following figure,

General formula for cosine ratio and sin ratio is given below,

cosθ=adjacenthypotenuse and sinθ=oppositehypotenuse

From the given figure the value c is the hypotenuse value since it is opposite to right angle.

Then 5 in. is the length of the leg adjacent to 57 and d is the length of leg opposite to 57.

Therefore,

cos57=5cc=5cos57

Using a scientific calculator in degree mode, follow the following key sequence,

57cos0.5446

Substitute the value of cos57 to get the following,

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