Trigonometry Exercise Arbitrary Angle Solution Mathematics Help

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Trigonometry Exercise Arbitrary Angle Solution Mathematics Help
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Borys_S
School: Duke University

The solutions are ready, please ask if something is unclear!(it is somewhat strange to have an angle in a triangle with more than 180 degrees; does your teacher wants the answer "there is no such triangle"?)docx and pdf files are identical

The only formula we need is area = 1/2 * side1 * side2 * sin(angle between them).
Usually an angle in a triangle is supposed to be between 0 and 180 degrees.
For an arbitrary angle we have to apply absolute value to sine.

1. The are...

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