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Chapter 2.3, Problem 36PS

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Problems 23 through 38 refer to right triangle ABC with

To determine

**To find:**

All the missing parts for a right triangle ABC, where

**Given information:**

**Concept Used:**

Pythagorean Theorem:

**Calculation:**

First let us draw a right triangle ABC with

Now to find A, we will be use the formula for

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