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TrigonometryTrigonometry (MindTap Course List)Problems 45 and 46 refer to Figure 10, which is a diagram of the Colnago Dream Plus bike ‘frame. The frame can be approximated as two triangles that have the seal tube as a common side. Bike Frame Geometry The 50-centimeter Colnago frame has a top tube length of 52.3 centimeters, a seat tube length of 48.0 centimeters. and a seat angle of 75.0°. Find the length of the down tube and the angle between the seat tube and the down tube.BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781305652224

Chapter 7.2, Problem 45PS

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Problems 45 and 46 refer to Figure 10, which is a diagram of the Colnago Dream Plus bike ‘frame. The frame can be approximated as two triangles that have the seal tube as a common side.

Bike Frame Geometry The 50-centimeter Colnago frame has a top tube length of 52.3 centimeters, a seat tube length of 48.0 centimeters. and a seat angle of 75.0°. Find the length of the down tube and the angle between the seat tube and the down tube.

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