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Question 117261: solve a nonright angle triangle with the given parts. c=13, A=114.3 degrees, B=67.5 degrees. 2 angles but not an opposite side given. I can't plug this into Law of Sine or Cosine. Can I use the exterior angle to A=114.3 degrees? 65.7 degrees. Thanks.
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Question 118669: Hello,
I am a freshman student having problems in goemetry. It would be wonderful if I could have a little extra help on a few problems. I would greatly appreciate it. :) Here is my first problem.
A calculation shows that an angle has a measure of 113.05 degrees.
This angle can be written in the form A B', measured in degrees and minutes.
What is the sum of A and B?
Note: In the second sentence the A has a degree symbol after it.
This is how far I got into the problem. 113 + ?/60 + ?/ 3600
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Question 118676: Hello again!
Here is another problem I ran across. I appreciate your help!
~Christina~
The sum of the measures of the interior angles of a convex polygon is 7740 degrees. The number of sides that the polygon has is _____?
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Question 118676: Hello again!
Here is another problem I ran across. I appreciate your help!
~Christina~
The sum of the measures of the interior angles of a convex polygon is 7740 degrees. The number of sides that the polygon has is _____?
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Question 118680: Hello,
I promise this is my last post for the day. Ok here is my question.
A surveyor measures an angle as 32 degrees 31' 30''
Write this measure as a decimal.
I am COMPLETLY lost as to what to do with this problem. I got as far as 32.????
Any help would be wonderful and highly appreciated as always. :)
~ChristinaRose~
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Question 119221: hi1
i have a question but can send it by mail because it is a figure of a quadrilateral and we have to find the angles that are unknowm.
please relply to me and give me your mail or what ever so i can send you the question.
Its night here already
thankyou.
Desperatley seeking
hope to hear from you soon....
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Question 119542:
One angle of a triangle measures 6 degrees more than the second. The third angle measures 4 degrees less than 3 times of the sum of the measures of the first two angles. Find the measures of the three angles.
The first angle measures____ degrees, the second_____ degrees, and the third_____degrees.
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Question 119771: hi I have a question on angles but cant post it here because the picture doesnt attach. If somebody would be kind to give me their email so I can send it there , teh picture. I have a test tommorow. I nedd help really bad.
please help me
Desperately seeking
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Question 124908: I am trying to help my daughter and these are the practice questions provided. Thanks
The angle bisector of one angle of a triangle forms two angles that
measure 27*.The angle bisector of another angle forms two angles that
measure 34*.What is the measure of the third angle of the triangle?
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Question 124925: I am trying to help my daughter better understand her math and how to find the answer. These are the practice questions. Thanks
Circle J has a radius of 6 in. Radii JK and JL (line above JK & JL) and form an angle that is not a straight angle.The length of KL (line above KL) is not 6 in. Classify ^JKL (triangle in front of JKL) according to its sides.
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Question 125460: 2361Please help!!!!
Use your calculator to find csc((pi)/(10)), where the angle is measured in radians.
My answer options are:
a.0.9511
b.1.0515
c.0.3090
d.3.2361
I don't know how to do this on a calculator or the method to figure it out. Please try and get back to me as soon as you can, thank you!!!!
Click here to see answer by uma(370) 

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