# SOLUTION: In any triangle, A=62 degrees, c=15, and b=12; find the area.

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 Question 33224: In any triangle, A=62 degrees, c=15, and b=12; find the area.Answer by sarah_adam(201)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Side Angle Side : when length of two sides and one angle is given then the formula for calculating area is A = (1/2 *a*b* sin theta )where a and b are the sides of the triangle and theta is the angle included between the two sides here sides are 15 and 12 and theta is 62 degrees A = 1/2 * 15 *12 *sin(62) A = 80 sin (62) A = 80 * 0.88 (sin 62 = 0.88) A = 70.63 sq units (please verify the value of Sin 62)