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Elementary Technical Mathematics

12th Edition
Dale Ewen
ISBN: 9781337630580

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Elementary Technical Mathematics

12th Edition
Dale Ewen
ISBN: 9781337630580
Textbook Problem

Solve each triangle using the labels as shown in Illustration 1 (round lengths of sides to three significant digits and angles to the nearest tenth of a degree):

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ILLUSTRATION 1

B = 24.7 ° , C = 136.1 °   , a = 342  m

To determine

To calculate: The lengths of each side and each angle of the illustrated triangle below where B=24.7°,C=136.1°,a=342m,

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Explanation

Given Information:

The provided sides are, B=24.7°,C=136.1°,a=342m and figure is,

Formula Used:

According to law of Sines,

asinA=bsinB=csinC

According to angle sum property of triangle,

A+B+C=180°

Calculation:

Consider the figure below,

By the law of Sines,

asinA=bsinB=csinC

By using the above formula,

342sinA=bsin24.7=csin136.1

According to angle sum property of triangle,

A+B+C=180°

By using above formula,

A+24

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