Solve the following exercises. Compute angles to the nearer minute in triangles with customary unit sides. Compute angles to the nearer hundredth degree in triangles with metric unit sides. Determine ∠ 1.

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Chapter 68, Problem 9A
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Solve the following exercises. Compute angles to the nearer minute in triangles with customary unit sides. Compute angles to the nearer hundredth degree in triangles with metric unit sides. Determine ∠ 1.

To determine

The value of angle 1.

Explanation of Solution

Hypotenuse = 5.870 in

From the given triangle,

Now,

1°=1360ofacircle1=160

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